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More Well Deserved PDAY London thanks and pics Part I

Gregesq
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October 4th, 2012, 2:18 pm #1

Just flew back from London and boy are my arms tired. ::rimshot::: But seriously folks, if you saw the luggage I had to haul... Anyway,
thanks again to all the Pday London Team for a flawless extravaganza. They pulled it off as if they do it every month.

Thanks, also, to the "old guard" Ristis who made a special effort to make us feel included. This was well worth the trip and then some.

So, without further ado, on to some pics.

First, Warwick Castle - highly enjoyable and educational. But first...

We had to get on the bus with the transmission last repaired by William the Conqueror





After that initial bump in the road we saw some great stuff at the castle.... Here's a small sample










Then, on to the Dirty Duck for a subdued get together....












The ride back home was in a newer bus with air conditioning
But after the evening at the DD, we felt more like we were riding this


More later! Again, thanks to all who attended and who made this possible.
Greg















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October 4th, 2012, 3:13 pm #2

Great pics , thanks for your report , a friendly GTG

So lucky you are
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October 4th, 2012, 3:47 pm #3

Just flew back from London and boy are my arms tired. ::rimshot::: But seriously folks, if you saw the luggage I had to haul... Anyway,
thanks again to all the Pday London Team for a flawless extravaganza. They pulled it off as if they do it every month.

Thanks, also, to the "old guard" Ristis who made a special effort to make us feel included. This was well worth the trip and then some.

So, without further ado, on to some pics.

First, Warwick Castle - highly enjoyable and educational. But first...

We had to get on the bus with the transmission last repaired by William the Conqueror





After that initial bump in the road we saw some great stuff at the castle.... Here's a small sample










Then, on to the Dirty Duck for a subdued get together....












The ride back home was in a newer bus with air conditioning
But after the evening at the DD, we felt more like we were riding this


More later! Again, thanks to all who attended and who made this possible.
Greg















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covactanks
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October 4th, 2012, 4:30 pm #4

Just flew back from London and boy are my arms tired. ::rimshot::: But seriously folks, if you saw the luggage I had to haul... Anyway,
thanks again to all the Pday London Team for a flawless extravaganza. They pulled it off as if they do it every month.

Thanks, also, to the "old guard" Ristis who made a special effort to make us feel included. This was well worth the trip and then some.

So, without further ado, on to some pics.

First, Warwick Castle - highly enjoyable and educational. But first...

We had to get on the bus with the transmission last repaired by William the Conqueror





After that initial bump in the road we saw some great stuff at the castle.... Here's a small sample










Then, on to the Dirty Duck for a subdued get together....












The ride back home was in a newer bus with air conditioning
But after the evening at the DD, we felt more like we were riding this


More later! Again, thanks to all who attended and who made this possible.
Greg















"WOW.......it's like a real castle ....it's not real ....is it ?......Gee....you just don'r get s41t like this in LA !! "


GREAT to meet you Greg .......Nice to see you had a good time

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October 4th, 2012, 4:38 pm #5

Just flew back from London and boy are my arms tired. ::rimshot::: But seriously folks, if you saw the luggage I had to haul... Anyway,
thanks again to all the Pday London Team for a flawless extravaganza. They pulled it off as if they do it every month.

Thanks, also, to the "old guard" Ristis who made a special effort to make us feel included. This was well worth the trip and then some.

So, without further ado, on to some pics.

First, Warwick Castle - highly enjoyable and educational. But first...

We had to get on the bus with the transmission last repaired by William the Conqueror





After that initial bump in the road we saw some great stuff at the castle.... Here's a small sample










Then, on to the Dirty Duck for a subdued get together....












The ride back home was in a newer bus with air conditioning
But after the evening at the DD, we felt more like we were riding this


More later! Again, thanks to all who attended and who made this possible.
Greg















cheers
Marcus
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October 4th, 2012, 4:39 pm #6

"WOW.......it's like a real castle ....it's not real ....is it ?......Gee....you just don'r get s41t like this in LA !! "


GREAT to meet you Greg .......Nice to see you had a good time

<a href="http://photobucket.com">
'Last night what we talked about
It made so much sense
But now the haze has ascended
It don't make no sense anymore'

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covactanks
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October 4th, 2012, 4:53 pm #7

.....Weally ?....Shat ap !!....Vats not a real carsel is it ?....what?...it is?.....shat ap !!


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'Last night what we talked about
It made so much sense
But now the haze has ascended
It don't make no sense anymore'

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October 4th, 2012, 5:28 pm #8

Just flew back from London and boy are my arms tired. ::rimshot::: But seriously folks, if you saw the luggage I had to haul... Anyway,
thanks again to all the Pday London Team for a flawless extravaganza. They pulled it off as if they do it every month.

Thanks, also, to the "old guard" Ristis who made a special effort to make us feel included. This was well worth the trip and then some.

So, without further ado, on to some pics.

First, Warwick Castle - highly enjoyable and educational. But first...

We had to get on the bus with the transmission last repaired by William the Conqueror





After that initial bump in the road we saw some great stuff at the castle.... Here's a small sample










Then, on to the Dirty Duck for a subdued get together....












The ride back home was in a newer bus with air conditioning
But after the evening at the DD, we felt more like we were riding this


More later! Again, thanks to all who attended and who made this possible.
Greg















Good to meet you both!! TFS.





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October 4th, 2012, 8:19 pm #9

Just flew back from London and boy are my arms tired. ::rimshot::: But seriously folks, if you saw the luggage I had to haul... Anyway,
thanks again to all the Pday London Team for a flawless extravaganza. They pulled it off as if they do it every month.

Thanks, also, to the "old guard" Ristis who made a special effort to make us feel included. This was well worth the trip and then some.

So, without further ado, on to some pics.

First, Warwick Castle - highly enjoyable and educational. But first...

We had to get on the bus with the transmission last repaired by William the Conqueror





After that initial bump in the road we saw some great stuff at the castle.... Here's a small sample










Then, on to the Dirty Duck for a subdued get together....












The ride back home was in a newer bus with air conditioning
But after the evening at the DD, we felt more like we were riding this


More later! Again, thanks to all who attended and who made this possible.
Greg















and pictures!

All the best

Dan
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October 4th, 2012, 8:41 pm #10

Just flew back from London and boy are my arms tired. ::rimshot::: But seriously folks, if you saw the luggage I had to haul... Anyway,
thanks again to all the Pday London Team for a flawless extravaganza. They pulled it off as if they do it every month.

Thanks, also, to the "old guard" Ristis who made a special effort to make us feel included. This was well worth the trip and then some.

So, without further ado, on to some pics.

First, Warwick Castle - highly enjoyable and educational. But first...

We had to get on the bus with the transmission last repaired by William the Conqueror





After that initial bump in the road we saw some great stuff at the castle.... Here's a small sample










Then, on to the Dirty Duck for a subdued get together....












The ride back home was in a newer bus with air conditioning
But after the evening at the DD, we felt more like we were riding this


More later! Again, thanks to all who attended and who made this possible.
Greg















Thanks !

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October 5th, 2012, 5:20 pm #11


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October 6th, 2012, 4:45 pm #12

Just flew back from London and boy are my arms tired. ::rimshot::: But seriously folks, if you saw the luggage I had to haul... Anyway,
thanks again to all the Pday London Team for a flawless extravaganza. They pulled it off as if they do it every month.

Thanks, also, to the "old guard" Ristis who made a special effort to make us feel included. This was well worth the trip and then some.

So, without further ado, on to some pics.

First, Warwick Castle - highly enjoyable and educational. But first...

We had to get on the bus with the transmission last repaired by William the Conqueror





After that initial bump in the road we saw some great stuff at the castle.... Here's a small sample










Then, on to the Dirty Duck for a subdued get together....












The ride back home was in a newer bus with air conditioning
But after the evening at the DD, we felt more like we were riding this


More later! Again, thanks to all who attended and who made this possible.
Greg















Let the good times roll!!

Cheers!

Eddie "Sharkman" Sanchez

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