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More well deserved thanks and PDAY pics part II

Gregesq
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October 4th, 2012, 7:46 pm #1

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















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October 4th, 2012, 8:02 pm #2

thanks for the great shot of me with the Queen

All the best!

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October 4th, 2012, 8:43 pm #3

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















Giancarlo for the ladies
Thanks for part 2.

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October 4th, 2012, 9:02 pm #4

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















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October 4th, 2012, 9:16 pm #5

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg

















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October 4th, 2012, 9:47 pm #6

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















Is HRH saying "this would hurt one's wrist"

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P-Day London...DONE!
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October 4th, 2012, 10:41 pm #7

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg




















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with weapons singularly ill-designed for the purpose" Winston Churchill
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October 4th, 2012, 10:54 pm #8

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg


















"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
hugewhaleshark = Yeu Huan = SGRisti
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October 4th, 2012, 11:47 pm #9

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















Hope to see more pictures too, cheers

Regards


KenKan

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October 5th, 2012, 5:49 am #10

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















Thanks for sharing


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October 5th, 2012, 6:34 am #11

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















Thanks for sharing!
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October 5th, 2012, 7:39 am #12

Thanks for sharing , great report , nice pics

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October 5th, 2012, 11:14 am #13

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















cheers
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October 5th, 2012, 5:19 pm #14




"Aiyah Panerai, buay beh liao eh lah." / Singapore
"Agak gila Panerai." / Indonesia
"Owh, Besarnya!!!" / Malaysia
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October 6th, 2012, 4:46 pm #15

So, day 1 was Warwick and the aforementioned Duck, gently covered in my previous post.

Day 2...well most of it was spent either on a bus or sleeping off the Duck sauce, as it were. But then there was the Panerai event at a private club. It was classy, and subdued. I missed out on the later festivities. An early night...

Here are some shots






On the way over, we hung some laundry...?


Some folks post their phone number the old fashioned way, but others area little more flashy. (I think it's a phone number).


Then, finally, the big event at the Crypt at St. Martin in the Fields
Looking crypty...


Some random shots






Now here's one for you native Englishmen and women...is this HRH the Queen?

No, not Gush, the woman with the sash!


Or is this the Queen?

Either way, I saw her twice in one trip! I'm still trying to get the wax out of .. nevermind.

PDay week was a blast! Thanks again to all of you, the organizers and the attendees and their understanding significant others too.
One more post coming later.

Greg
















I don't think I'll ever get bored reliving those memories!!

Cheers!

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