Organised by Guildford MCC.
Mac drove back to the cafe only to return over an hour later empty handed.
In 1975 we travelled down to Guildford in two or three groups and found the site, exactly where I can not say this long ago, but it was not too far out of the town. We travelled into the town to a local for a couple of dinner time pints on the Saturday. I can still remember sitting outside in the sun chatting as the world went by.
The Saturday evening was the normal alcoholic blur. Weather was good as we set off home on the Sunday morning. We stopped for some unknown reason in Camberley at a cafe, for a coffee and whatever, cigarette, toilet or to let the engines cool. About half an hour after we had set off from Camberley we were pulled up by Mac the Black. He had taken his duffle bag off as we sat down in the cafe and had left it there. So as we waited at the side of the road while Mac drove back to the cafe only to return over an hour later empty handed and most unhappy as the duffle bag which had contained his almost brand new optimus petrol stove (not a cheap item) was not to be found.
- Les Hobbs