Memoirs of a rallier
Having located the Rally Site following the simple instructions we were greeted by Rab.C.Nesbitt (Ian Little Legs) who instructed us to park up then “get you’re arses down to The Rally Arms” where drinks would be served and where we would be subjected to an array of jokes from the Penguin Collection of ‘Trivia on the Loo’ 1972 Edition.
As if this wasn’t bad enough I was then bombarded by a multitude of questions (by Ian Long Legs) about a sheet of paper. Hell! how much can you say about a sheet of paper…………?
We eventually escaped to the Malton Food Festival – after being advised not to eat the food by Derek (a price issue!) but were soon hijacked once back on Rally soil and summonsed back to the Rally Arms for more drinkies (and jokes from the 1973 edition).
I soon realised I had slipped up by erecting the our new awning as this meant we were stuck for a further three days in the Rally Arms listening to Ian Little Legs’s jokes.
However I did feel sorry for Linda considering slavery was abolished in 1833 thanks to the efforts of William Wilberforce a native of Gordon’s then Kingston Upon Hull, his abolition act apparently didn’t reach as far as Richmond. Linda I feel you slipped up at the registrar office upon giving your sister your dress – maybe if you’d also given her the bouquet and slipped out…….
It was fun watching Chrissy in training for next years Tour-De-Yorkshire (eat your heart out Lizzie Armitstead) keep up the Magic Chrissy!
Well I suppose the BIG question is do we return? We asked Sooty & Sweep, they said that they were missing Sangy & Gordon, so it looks as if you haven’t seen the back of us YET!