If you like cars, at least older well preserved cars, the Amelia Island Concours De Elegance was the place to be this past weekend. With record cars present and around 18,000 visitors to the show it was a grand event. The Williams House was filled with car enthusiasts including one from Puerto Rico who was showing his car. Discussions at breakfast, wine hour and in betweeen was pretty much non-stop car talk with some showing pictures of their prized cars and others taking in every minute of the activity linked to the show. It was I believe the first time we have ever had a Rolls Royce parked in our driveway courtesy of a guest from Charleston. With all rooms filled we weren’t able to see the show but guests happily shared their pictures as you will see below. It continues to be widely enjoyed by everyone who attends and the weather finally cooperated with sunny but slightly cool days on Saturday and Sunday for the events. On Sunday, all of the cars registered for the show are displayed on the Golf Club of Amelia fairways, a great golf course near the middle of the Island. Some called it a field of dreams for car enthusiasts. As the name says in French, this is a “parade of elegance” when it comes to rare automobiles. If you are in to cars come join us next year at the Williams House for this great show….but book early, the show is very popular!