What a wonderful experience! I'm sure she will remember it always. The photos are awesome. She did a good job.I would have loved to hear the pipers playing!
Oh My goodness that is fabulous Diane..the Queen still looks good too she must be getting pretty old..When I was about 11 or 12 and we lived in Vancouver, BC the Queen came there and we also watched as she was driven down the parade route..it was really fun.. have a good Sunday..hugs,Patty
AND love the new blog look (:) these Queen shots are really good..
Oh, how beautiful! What wonderful pictures of a grand experience! You are so right that this is a rare experience to treasure. Thank you for sharing her images with the rest of us.Lois
WOW, What a wonderful experience!Thanks for sharing!;o)Have a great day!Blessins',Lib
Excellent photos! I'm so glad you shared them. A few years ago one of the engineers was in London on business and just happened to be at the right place at the right time because he saw the Queen. He was quite excited about the whole experience. I would be too!
It is my understanding , that the Queen has connections with the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky. Possibly,with a horse staying there now or maybe in the past, but I would never expect to actually see "Her" in my lifetime.A great 'show and tell' for your family,though.
She did indeed get great shots!Brenda
Oh, what wonderful pictures of such an exciting event...this is something your daughter will never forget. The Queen looks wonderful...your daughter was so close to her, I can only imagine what a thrill that was. Thank you for sharing....hugs, Lindap.s. Your blog looks pretty!
Terrific pictures...and certainly is true, "once in a lifetime!" Thanks for sharing the photos. This is my first visit to your blog and I enjoyed reading through and viewing your great pics!
I really appreciate seeing these pictures of the Queen. Please tell your daughter thank you! Isn't QEII magnificent?
Fantastic photos! Making a memory, truly. The Queen is still looking marvelous for her age, but she is getting on. So your daughter really made a memory. And has the photos, to prove it.Gentle hugs...
How thrilling, Diane. I'm so happy for her!
oh I need one of those strings around my Pinkie Diane(:)LOLMe too on cemetaries..they are really interesting ..the olds ones I mean.. well I hope you are having a great Monday (:)sunny & not to hot here today.. but they say the HEAT is coming UGH ~!! hugs,Patty
Wow these pictures are priceless. Aren't you happy to have these and be able to share them.I loved visiting here and see the Queen. Aw if we could all live like a Queen.LoveMaggie
Wow, these are great pictures! Thanks for sharing them.When I was a little girl, I remember having a Queen Elizabeth coloring book ....how time has flown by.....Hugs,
Those are great photos! I'm glad you had a nice holiday!
What great pictures...very cool! She is coming here, I heard on the news last night, last time she was here was her early 30's. :D
Diane, she really did get some great photos! So glad you shared them. What memories your daughter will have of that day! laurie
Oh wow, she really did get some fabulous pictures of the queen and the celebrations going on in Ottawa that day!! Happy belated Canada Day to you too, my fellow Canadian:-) xoxo
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