which house a museum commemorative to the American 309 squadron and another to the Special Auxiliary Units : British secret / underground (sabotage, guerrilla warfare) force. Although tightly squeezed into a control tower and nissan hut, the true gems in each museum were the volunteers - who welcomed conversation and the opportunity to share all sorts of tit-bit stories. It was like have a one-to-one guide wherever you found interest. They also had a mess hall which poured one of the best cup of teas I’ve had in many a year. Reminded me of me’ dear ol’ Nan ! So there you are. I could have written a lot more but I overheard Karl saying that if there was an interest he would run the same again, so I’ll simply recommend you drop him a line. Until the next time. My thanks to Karl and others who gave us a great day out. Better we gather than the world-cup football ! Peter Bird
Dear Sam, Really enjoyed Sunday's ride, clearly the result of huge hard work by Karl, and it was a thought-provoking day out. I didn't take many pix, and hope that others will pool some of theirs too... Finally, Karl, booking the great weather was yet another master-stroke! John Morgan
The SAM Observer July 2010
The July 2010 edition of "The SAM Observer"