Rougham Airfield Miscellany, Suffolk - 3rd October 2010

It's a mostly-damp Sunday, and there's not much else to do, so we haul the van over to Rougham for a bit of the "Ploughs to Propellers" event, where Clive is showing his 1941 Chrysler staff car. There's not a huge amount happening, on account of the wind and rain, but it's still fun to have a picnic in a field and watch the various traction engines and military vehicles sliding through the mud

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It's Fred's belated present-opening and he gets a new (functional) digger
Fred practices a bit of catalogue modelling
A Ferguson TE-120
Clive, in an "Eisenhower" jacket, inspects stuff
Fred sticks his head into the van (to look for more food)
A traction engine trundles away
Ellie looks out of the back of the Chrysler
A Burrell traction engine rumbles past
Ellie and Amelia in the back of the car
Fred and Amelia look out. Cute.
Fred at the steering wheel
Amelia peers out
Clive and Suzanne in Nosher and Isobel's van
Spinning wheels
An old RAF fire engine nearly gets stuck in the mud

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