Spanish holiday with as much Panerai content as I could create during the past two weeks..

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Spanish holiday with as much Panerai content as I could create during the past two weeks..

MarkSanders
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Joined: June 2nd, 2007, 3:03 pm

August 3rd, 2012, 9:35 pm #1

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 3rd, 2012, 9:40 pm #2





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August 3rd, 2012, 9:52 pm #3

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

Family and post, thank you for sharing.
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August 3rd, 2012, 9:53 pm #4

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 3rd, 2012, 10:10 pm #5

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 3rd, 2012, 10:23 pm #6

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

Great photos, great places, love it all.

305 is awesome! Love mine.

-Craig F
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August 3rd, 2012, 10:40 pm #7




Night View DUOMO Firenze
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August 3rd, 2012, 10:41 pm #8

Family and post, thank you for sharing.
Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 3rd, 2012, 10:41 pm #9

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

Those are some really great pictures! Thank you for posting!



"If I was on death row and given one last meal I would ask for a fortune cookie. "Come on 'long prosperous life!'"-
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August 3rd, 2012, 10:42 pm #10

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Studio City, CA
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August 3rd, 2012, 10:42 pm #11


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August 3rd, 2012, 10:44 pm #12

Great photos, great places, love it all.

305 is awesome! Love mine.

-Craig F
Seeing it next to the 315..... 305 still rocks!
Looked better on my wrist!

Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 3rd, 2012, 10:45 pm #13

Those are some really great pictures! Thank you for posting!



"If I was on death row and given one last meal I would ask for a fortune cookie. "Come on 'long prosperous life!'"-
Mitch Hedburg
Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 3rd, 2012, 11:43 pm #14

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 3rd, 2012, 11:52 pm #15

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 4th, 2012, 12:23 am #16

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

Amazing holiday!

Great photos!

Awesome post!

Beautiful family!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cheers!



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August 4th, 2012, 12:47 am #17

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

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August 4th, 2012, 1:01 am #18

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

My Grails.









Ba Ba Booey.


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August 4th, 2012, 1:12 am #19

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

I too have two little boys and wonder (not if) when the WIS bug will bite them. Will be interesting to see if they also become Ristis.

Thanks,

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August 4th, 2012, 1:23 am #20

I see a lot of personal posts so thought I would combine some Pam content with some impressions of my recent family holiday to the NE of Spain.
It is truly a beautiful country with a lot of history.

So this time some shots of Pams, my wife Laura, my oldest son Ram, youngest Ruben and some impressions of the country.
Hope you like the shots.

And to keep you eager along the way: there is a Pam 315 tourbillon encounter in it!!
so here it goes:

Ruben:


Holiday emergency kit:


Yes I am a strap "sissy"..... Didn't want to make the strap wet so that is what the box is for....


What makes life worth living:


Medieval city of Pals:


Evening sky:


Dali museum in Figueres:


This guy is guarding the entrance......Sorry.... no watch ;-(






Cap de Creus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap_de_Creus










Bronzo in dutch watch magazine......


In the dutch version of 00/24 Horloge saw this IWC. Made me greedy........ again.......


There were forest fires in the north od spain. Made the sky very very dark. Almost surreal... But It gave me the opportunity to make a wrist shot directly in the sun!!!!


Trip to Girona and as a surprise....... Yes!


372 on stock:


I could resist to go in directly first some more Girona impressions:


Medieval Call




Cava time. Made agreat combination with Laura's watch. Anybody?





Not smart but after some cava back in the AD Pere Quera


They have a special Panerai area in the shop and a great collection:


Ram is getting interested....... Oh No......




He is 6 , almost 7 now..... Maybe I should guard him for The P virus but he what the hell..... It's nice to have mutual hobbies (toch Pa? some Dutch words for a lurker....)




This would look nice in my room:


And this would look even better


Some of the watches:




Left the store with (only) a 2012 catalog.... Had to be strong This guy is hoping on a 449


You have to start young


Ruben training his wristshot pose:


crowdy Barcelona Metro:


Third time I see it grow......


In the centre of Barcelona there is a Pam AD Rabat and they had some great pieces......
305!




I saw this inside the store and yes I could touch and try it PAM 315!!






An engineering Masterpiece: Pam 315 with Tourbillon


Further along the same street they have a second Rabat store: Again the 3015 and an IWC miranmar.


And strawling further on this street we came along this: Another one of my passions


Some more Barcelona impressions:












Time for a strap change. Off came the Black Widow and the X-1 is back on:


Medieval city of Begur:






Great restaurant with an amazing in- and exterior in Begur. Time for a wristshot:




Love of my life:


Happy me ..... The cava made me smile some more


LaFranc






If you made it this far: Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed it
P-Day here I come!!!!





Greetings,

Mark Sanders

Beautiful pics and lovely family . Really enjoyed that thanks.

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