Not me either, see car specs.I was driving behind a red type R the other week in street near glastonbury with the civinfo sticker on.... Can you identify yourself? haha!
Good idea, I'd like to do that.shall we have a somerset/south west meet some time in the summer?
I think I might (yes, oi moite) stroll 5 mins. down to the "Lamb (Laam) and Fountain" this evening for one or two pints (points) of dry (droi). The trouble with cider (zoiderr), is, of course (carse), that the first sip (zip) of the next glass (glaas), is always, the best...............zzzzzzzzzzSomerset ? - surely you mean "Zummerzett" ...
God, I'd kill for a Pint of real Cider, right about now !!! ...
I think I might (yes, oi moite) stroll 5 mins. down to the "Lamb (Laam) and Fountain" this evening for one or two pints (points) of dry (droi). The trouble with cider (zoiderr), is, of course (carse), that the first sip (zip) of the next glass (glaas), is always, the best...............zzzzzzzzzz
This is where JDR, being a Scot and living even further North, and therefore coloured blue, turns green.[smilie=geesturbed.:[/quote]
Bugger - you couldn't email me a pint or five, could you ? …
The etherial liquid wouldn't fit down the ethernet cable. Maybe I couldn't pour steadily enough.
Guys, that's just NOT nice ! - here I am, gasping for a few pints of the "real stuff", and you are 'rubbing it in' !!! ...Just to upset you JDR, I am at this very moment knocking back a pint of " Uncle Jacks" Devon scrumpy cider, which is made at the farm not 2 miles from me. They drop 5 litres off to me, when they are passing in the tractor.
How do? I was in W-S-M yesterday, but concentrating on what I was doing, didn't look at Civics, the Howards place looks impressive though.Jumping in a bit late here I know but I'm in Somerset and think the idea of an Autumn meet is great.
I've been in southern Somerset for years, and just moved to Weston-super-Mare (or should I say mud!) and yet to see another stickered car anywhere!
Having lived very near the Sheppy's cider farm for so long I'm also partial to the odd pint of Cider!
How do? I was in W-S-M yesterday, but concentrating on what I was doing, didn't look at Civics, the Howards place looks impressive though.
Also been to Dowlish Wayke earlier this year - interesting, especially when you get home with the product - just to wind up Derek some more. I see Jack has done that even on another thread!
Let's see what feefeelong thinks about dates and location, or anyone else for that matter??
Before anyone else chips in about regional differences in quality ...................imho (yay, I've used an acronym! well, I think it's an acronym) Rich's is one of the best local ciders. Their place is just off the M5 Junc. 22, see location in website, Andrea! It will take Derek a bit longer.I'm just off junction 7 of the M5 so would consider coming to a meet if its not too far south of Bristol and easily accessible from the M5.
btw i live in REAL cider country