Our 2nd day at Matlock had us staying at Alices Dads place.

Trevors is a Top bloke, who has a number od business interests in the Arearly.  

One of these is a business building The Milner R5 off road racing truck. These trucks have had great success competing in the UK and Europe.  

 

 The house hiding in the trees

The house hiding in the trees

 Sitting in Trevs car he hand made starting from the age of 19.

Sitting in Trevs car he hand made starting from the age of 19.

 Milner R5. 1200kg 4.7l Luxus v8. Milner built rear gear box/transfer axle unit.

Milner R5. 1200kg 4.7l Luxus v8. Milner built rear gear box/transfer axle unit.

 Glass body, tube frame a work of art.

Glass body, tube frame a work of art.

 Milner sand cast intake with 8 individual throttle bodies.  AWESOME  

Milner sand cast intake with 8 individual throttle bodies.

AWESOME  

 Ben getting some mower time sorting out the paddock.

Ben getting some mower time sorting out the paddock.

 Cool as fire in the house. It pivots around so you can have the fire box towards you on either side of the room.

Cool as fire in the house. It pivots around so you can have the fire box towards you on either side of the room.

 Trevors has recently purchased an old bar in Matlock Bath and is renovating it.  A must visit as the fishpond is amazing  

Trevors has recently purchased an old bar in Matlock Bath and is renovating it.

A must visit as the fishpond is amazing  

 Miss Alice drinking from a beer mug that Peter got for his Birthday. 

Miss Alice drinking from a beer mug that Peter got for his Birthday. 

We dropped Ben and Christina off at the train station and then headed off back to Glossop. 

On the way home my guides drove me past Chatsworth House.

This is a massive 107 room was built around the 15th century. It is one of the UK biggest stately homes. 

 

 A major tourist attraction Chatsworth house

A major tourist attraction Chatsworth house

 BBQ at Petes for tea when we got home.

BBQ at Petes for tea when we got home.

Well, we are heading up to the Lake District today and I am not sure how we will go with WiFi when we are up there.

All the best for the next few days and fill you in as best as I can. 

Cheers Pete  

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