Vladimir Ivanovich Kirillov
Post Number: 785
|Posted on Wednesday, 13 December, 2017 - 04:38 am: |
Sadly, I had to miss out on the first forum personal meet in England. Just one of the disappointments in life one has to bear.
This thread is to simply thank Richard Yeaman for presenting me with a commemorative keyring via David Gore.
As David said rightly, these keyrings are a work of art and no wonder because they are made in UK and not in a Bombay backyard. So it is a fitting accessory to the Camargue which I still have, which is still not going as after 40 hours a week working on Asian trash, I am in no mood to swing any spanners on the weekends.
Sadly, the resurrection of the Camargue will have to be when I retire in just over 3 years time. Yes jet setters I am so unimpressed on a daily basis over the garbage the Australian government allows on our roads that often I wish I was a paddle pop stick maker than a mechanic. I am exposed to mechanical lunacy on a daily basis.
Yes so thanks again Richard.