Glad that the ski apparel is appreciated - it does go with the car I suppose - most of it comes from the same exclusive boutique : the charity warehouse where I also got that sofa. I think the total cost of that 80s shock was about €5. Also we were listening to a bit of ' Aceeeeiiiiiid music as we motored up there from the same era on the really funny tape player that was fitted in the BX probably from 1985 , the brand name being 'Cardio'.
Mulley, I didn't even know those poles were called 'Blizzard' - I bought them for the day-glo effect, from the same outlet. I'm a self-taught skier, starting from when I moved here four years ago - no lessons, all second hand equipment just launched myself off the top and fell over a few times. They used to call me Eddie The Eagle of course because they've never seen an English on that local slope ever! Now I'm slightly improved.
It's a 15 min drive from home, slightly quicker today as it was the last day that I had the 'red' plates so it would have been rude not to take the 16v for one more blast!
Here's another from yesterday of the TRD with my neighbour who thought he was in Back to The Future! I will take some interior shots next.
Nstarmore, the louvre is currently 'resting' between assignments because I haven't quite got the fixing situation sorted - the fixings are there but the clips are not and I'm afraid it will take flight as I'm driving along. Don't worry - it's gonna come back so hard it'll hurt, along with some rather fetching yellow fogs that I lifted off a Mk.1 in a French scrappers last year!