For this one we were wearing our classic caravan hats. A quick ring round other Norfolk caravan owners found enough interest to get an area reserved for us.
We arrived on Friday lunchtime and were given a spot between two campervans. By the evening we had our ‘gang’ all set up and a great selection of ‘vans we had too – our combo, a 1933 Carcruiser, VW camper, a very shiny airstream and three Cheltenhams.
Two cans of beer with our curry and just about ready to turn in and Chris invited us into his Cheltenham for another. Made a nice ending to the day.
Saturday and the first day of the show. It was a big place but it didn’t seem that busy. It did give us a good chance to walk around all the stalls though of which there were plenty. We had booked for an evening meal on the Saturday night which gave us a good opportunity to get together somewhere warm.
There was a frost on Sunday morning which, I guess, is why we got so cold during the night. Things soon warmed up and it was a lot busier. Lots more classic cars arrived and I a good natter to a few Triumph owners.
Al in all a great show and we’ve already got ourselves down for next year.