P-DAY#11.3

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P-DAY#11.3

VolkerWiegmann
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 6:20 am

October 2nd, 2012, 6:20 pm #1

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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Joined: April 8th, 2006, 1:23 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 6:29 pm #2

LOL ....thank you for the laugh - great report Volker.
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Joined: February 20th, 2005, 11:14 am

October 2nd, 2012, 6:39 pm #3

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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regards

Ralf aka Campsbay

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abunai
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Joined: June 9th, 2006, 1:24 am

October 2nd, 2012, 6:52 pm #4

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

representin' the DNA of Panerai
TFS those pics...
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Joined: January 8th, 2008, 2:09 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 6:54 pm #5

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

representin' the DNA of Panerai
Superb pics. You captured the atmosphere very well!!

Thanks!!!!

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Nacho Martinez
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Joined: February 7th, 2005, 5:21 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 7:11 pm #6

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

representin' the DNA of Panerai
and to meet your family.

The moment Eng won his own print was indeed priceless

Thanks again for coming over for our little shindig!

P-Day London...DONE!
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Joined: June 25th, 2009, 4:25 am

October 2nd, 2012, 7:15 pm #7

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

representin' the DNA of Panerai
THANK YOU!

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Phumanchu
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Joined: March 29th, 2011, 6:34 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 7:17 pm #8

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

representin' the DNA of Panerai
....Was a pleasure to meet you and chat even though it was very brief on friday and saturday night. As you say there simply wasn't enough time to catch up with too many good people about. Until next time Big man!

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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 4:15 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 7:26 pm #9

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

representin' the DNA of Panerai
Thanks for making the time to post these up. Sorry to have missed everyone, but we're excited to have Montreal host the next P-Day - and I do expect to see you there

Stay well, and talk soon ~
A.











Got to keep on shufflin'!





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Joined: June 6th, 2005, 10:17 am

October 2nd, 2012, 8:30 pm #10

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

representin' the DNA of Panerai
with fantastic photographs. It looks like you and your family enjoyed P-day, and will have good memories of your London trip!

MW

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October 2nd, 2012, 8:36 pm #11

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

representin' the DNA of Panerai
You have been far and wide in london. Great pictures.


Brian H
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Joined: January 29th, 2005, 10:11 pm

October 2nd, 2012, 9:25 pm #12

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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thanks for sharing!............nt
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Joined: February 13th, 2006, 5:02 am

October 2nd, 2012, 9:29 pm #13

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
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October 2nd, 2012, 9:42 pm #14

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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Wonderful to see you again!
Please God, it won't be another 8 years till we meet again.
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October 2nd, 2012, 9:56 pm #15

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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October 2nd, 2012, 10:21 pm #16

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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good to see you and the family mate!!





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October 2nd, 2012, 10:28 pm #17

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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hope Emily and your wife enjoyed the experience my friend.

Until next time : ))

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October 2nd, 2012, 11:05 pm #18

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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October 2nd, 2012, 11:44 pm #19

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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October 3rd, 2012, 12:13 am #20

...geeday all!

Continue my report of P-Day#11 in London last weekend:

Location: The Crypt / St. Martin-in-the-Fields - two monuments inside:



"Crowded House":



"Cool Drinks":



I noticed some interesting footwork here:



Bo and his wife - good to see you again, mate - was it really 5 years ago???



"HM The Queen" was giving an address to all P-Day attendees (hilarious!)



"WTF is this dark thing in that box???" (note the sharkman's grip!)



Gary and Geoff surrounded by their ladies:



Smiling faces everywhere:



Tables with names ("Mare Nostrum" - in this photo) and great food served!



True love!



Some traditional table shots were performed, this one here shows Kristian with his super high heels above all



After the dinner there was a raffle draw... the audience was listening and followed the drawing of the numbers.



A "priceless" moment - Eng won his own drawing. LOL!!!! He didnt accept "his" price and another number was drawn - good for Bo!





Before Alan's watch was auctioned there was time for chatting and the party was ON!

John, Guille and Daniel:



Auctioneer Paul Jassies performing... Mate! Your appearance on the mic was awesome!



Gush - you are DA MAN! For the sporting wheelies! Congratulations and thank you!



What would be a P-Day without table shots...?



Even a wondeful evening found an end and time was running too fast. As mentioned before, there wasnt enough time to speak and chat with everyone... It was great to see so many people having a great time.

The P-Day torch was forwarded to Canada. Montreal crew: good luck and BANG ON!

Sunday morning... only a few hours before we had to leave...

I tried to catch some sites with my family before heading to the airport.
Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Hall, Big Ben:



Trafalgar Square, Nelson's Column in clouds...:



Horse Guards Parade... One day I want to come back and see "Trooping the Colour" ...



The Guards Memorial at St. James's Park:



One last view to take home with good memories at Park Lake:



Thanks to the UK crew organizers. It was fantastic!



Thanks for looking - hope you enjoyed. Never mind the Crownguard!
Volker

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