The teams consisted of Bio Hazard (Jayne and Nigel-VW Golf), Juke of Kent (Sarah and Paul-Nissan Juke), Sleazy Jet (Seb and Sarah-VXR8 Bathurst) and Shocking Blue with Roy and co driver number 3 Ed in the Astra VXR.
The first destination was Broadway, Worcestershire where as Sian and I pull in we see Seb and Nigel checking the back of the Bathurst. It seems a lady in a Rover 75 just couldn't resist giving the Australian Great White a little nudge! No damage though fortunately.
As we leave Broadway we follow Sleazy Jet out to the sound of 13 cylinders reverberating off the Cotswold stone houses (5cyl from the quattro and 8 from the Bathurst).
Seb soon shows us why he purchased his vehicle and we are in Chipping Campden sooner than we realise!
The Teams have a few tasks here to complete including finding a Grave Stone.
However it is now destination 2 and still no Shopping List? maybe they have got away with this, or maybe not!
Here at Moreton they now find the shopping lists so now it's time for the search.
Que music and Deep Purple's Smoke (Bourton) on the Water and the Cotswold Motor Museum.
Time for a cream tea (or full English Sian and myself) at Bourton where for a mid October day was quite warm and pleasant......not very ghostly!
Time for slaughter or in the case Lower Slaughter, Glos for the next destination.
It was here Roy and Ed sampled the local delicatessen of pink coconut cake with a hint of mint....? Paul and Sarah (J of K) however ate at the cafe in the water mill which was in hindsight probably a better choice.
This brings more shopping opportunities (in this case myself and some emergency beer for later.....more on this to follow).
With the scores all totalled we meet everyone down in the restaurant for some much deserved drinks and food.
1st Sleazy Jet
2nd Shocking Blue (just short by the equivalent of 2 miles)
3rd Juke of Kent
4th Bio Hazard
After the results and food it was more drink until the bar closed then it was time for the "Late Night Club" and to break out the emergency beer from our cars (we did not want to get caught out like we did in Llandudno......experience makes us wiser).
As before a BIG thanks to the teams and also the fact we raised some money for the Help for Heroes charity.
See you all on the next run wherever that may be.
Dave and Sian