First off, I'd like to thank Broomy for excellent convoy leading!
Secondly, Tony, your a star for the photos
The CW convoy to St Davids went along with no problems what so ever, one or two obviously got bored and had a quick srint up the line of cars then settled back into the convoy
Arrived at St Davids round-a-bout to meet up with two more convoys. Bit of a rush as I think we were just joining the back end of the Lymm convoy, obviously what happened was the Lymm leader rang someone at St Davids and said, "we're passing you now" and we had to catch up and follow the tail end. This caused organised chaos! Everyone sprinting onto the motorway, trying to keep with the other convoy. As I was about five cars from the back of the St Davids convoy I had a hell of a lot of catching up to do lol
After a few scares with some drivers obviously not used to driving in large convoys braking late and trying to be the first there, we arrived at another meet up point.
At first I thought it was the final cruise location, then I realised with cars lining the slip road, it was gonna be another convoy
Once again, someone got the signal and it was another free-for-all, I missed a turn off, but managed to find two cars from another cruise site who had also missed the turning, after following them while they rang round people trying to find where it was, I arrived at the location. Plenty of space and well lit, but unfortunatly a distinct lack of noticable cars.
Mostly cars in the process of being modded and cars that had just been started on were there. Although fair to say, there where a few nice motors there.
Left just before ten for a quick drive through Chester with the CW & Chester posse
Personally I say this was a poor event with a serious lack of convoy planning. Altho on the other hand Kroozing.com can look at this as part of a learning curve and hopefully plan better for future events. The potentials definatly there!