Our first trip abroad with Jagger was to Brittany, organised by the Jaguar Drivers Club - fourteen cars made the trip.
Apart from the drive back to the ferry where it poured with rain, the weather was brilliant - ideal for loads of open top driving.
Below, the cars assemble for the first photo shoot in France in the car park after leaving the ferry in St. Malo.
The next three shots were taken at our breakfast stop on the way to the hotel, idyllic location - the breakfast wasn't too bad either.
Here's how things look in good old fashioned black & white out on the road somewhere in Brittany and parked up outside the hotel.
The half owner of Jagger lapping up the sun in another place to view the great scenery, the lighthouse in the distance is at Cap Frehel, below is a closer look.
No trip to Brittany is complete without a visit to Dinard Golf Club, I first visited this beautiful links course with a friend several years ago. After spending the morning playing golf we retired to the iconic looking clubhouse to enjoy a lovely lunch. Since that day I return every time I visit Brittany to enjoy the sole meuniere and a bottle of crisp white Mercurey wine, highly recommended if you like that sort of thing.
After all the talk about nice lunches at fancy golf clubs, it's back down to earth with a bang as someone looks down on me :-(
The Chairman's Mk 2, great looking car there.