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Even without the outdoors, the grass and the sun, the impromptu Saturday picnic event was a great fun time with MG friends. In driving to the Dawson neighborhood, Gordon was hoping for insurance points in the Drivers Award competition. Mike and Stephanie Woodward also drove their MGB while John Youens, David and Linda Renner could not find the MG keys. The lawn darts were ready but never used. Hot wassail, wine and assorted picnic yummies added to the glow.
Always remember, Drive Your MG.
On Saturday, November 15 there will be an MG Picnic in our neighborhood park. It is small but very private since we are a gated ‘hood. There is room enough for lawn darts, a little soccer or frisbee toss, etc. Bring your lunch and your MG. We are “Near Northwest” off West Little York between Bingle and Hollister just north of 290. 10 am to 2 pm. Arrive when you want.
Who will join us? I’ll provide more details to those interested.
Dwight and Candy
Click on these links for final results in 2014 and the road ahead:
MG Driver Award 2014
New Sheriff in town
The Club thanks David Renner for developing this award in 2011 and being the tally master since then. Well done Dave!
Queen Victoria and Lady Leslie
Ladies in MGA
Jim Early’s MGA was acquired for photos at the request of Her Majesty. This occurred at the recent Daughters of the British Empire event in Houston.
As we approach year’s end, the competitive standings have tightened. Sometimes a single event can change the picture.
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Our October 25, 2014 Expo had 67 British autos showing and was a bright success in southwest Houston (Stafford.) The featured marque was the Jaguar. One of our Founding Members, from 1971, Frank Glass, brought his recently acquired 1937 MG VA Tickford Drophead Coupe. This was one of only 591 produced. Otto’s BBQ was our Centre and the day was perfect. Thanks to all for coming out to show the finest British autos. The raw award results are seen below.
1937 MG VA Tickford
2014 Award Results
Do you want to join us to caravan down to the All British Expo on Saturday? We are meeting at 8 am at the Starbucks on Jones Road at 290. We can take the tollway or other route as the group decides.
You can RSVP with LEAVE A COMMENT below or email, or just show up by 8 am.
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At the Triumph Club’s weekly breakfast event, this time at the Seabrook Classic Cafe, you never know what you will get. A great breakfast with LBC people for sure, but also some deer, a sunrise on the water front and … Continue reading