This Ramble is brought to you with a big disclaimer – I am busy, too busy, overworked, therefore the ramble is going to be brief.
The committee have decided to confirm our intention to have a presence at the May 30 edition of Caffeine and Classics. It is held at Smales Farm on Auckland’s North Shore from 9am on the last Sunday of every month. WE – the Club – will assemble at 8.30am at Karaka Street in Takapuna and then proceed in convoy. Anyone without a “classic” Peugeot is more than welcome to join us there, park and get a lift to the event – it is walking distance from the parking location- or alternatively if you have a classic and it’s not a Peugeot come and join us anyway.
The event is referred to as a ‘brunch’ event, I haven’t been for a good five years or so, so I don’t know what brunch options are available, but I do know that there are options for coffee so I will probably stick to that. Once settled I intend to spend some time sticking round my car, other times I will be wandering.
We also have decided to again have a club team attend the Trivia Evening at the Horse and Trap in Eden Terrace on the 8th of June – John Cooney – whose number is in the contacts of the magazine will be organising – we have a team we call “Little Joe” – code for Peugeot – Peu being the French word for little and the “geot” sounds a bit like “Joe”. Come join us, it starts at at 7pm, I and others will arrive around 6ish to have dinner first which is always good quality. Let John know numbers at least two weeks ahead of time as bookings and numbers are essential – it is that popular people get turned away.
And that is it from me this time, just taking care of business. Brent