|Portsmouth Harbour this morning.|
Pauline phones back to say that all is OK, and they may pop in and see me later on but they will let me know for certain later on during the day.
Once Pauline has spoken to me I get on to Facebook and check who is about and then check emails, I then start the Daily Journal as I am Going out with Gervase, Leanne, and Leanne,s mum Elaine for Lunch later today so will be a bit short of time. As far as I know we will be going to the Goose at the V&A, in Albert Road, Southsea,
|The Goose at the V&A at Albert Road.|
|Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge.|
|Part of the crowd at the Guildhall Jubilee party yesterday.|
Well Gervase arrives to collect me at 1.30 (late again Gervase) and he drives me down to the "Goose at the V&A" once we get there Leanne and Elaine have just arrived. anyhow it was a nice three hours sat there chatting and having a spot of Lunch and then he takes me back home via the sea front and we arrive back home about 4.45. He drops me off and then is off to collect Leanne from Elaine,s.
Back to the Daily Journal and here is the Olympic Torch on The Giants Causeway in County Antrim.
|The Olympic torch at the Giants Causeway|
The Picture below now shows the Olympic torch in a eight man coxed Rowing boat on the River Bann in coleraine, being cheered on by the crowds thronging the old bridge
|in a Rowing boat at the old bridge across the River Bann|
|Australia and New Zealand light their Beacons.|
There has been a Picnic in the Grounds of Buckingham Palace for ticket holders of tonight,s Concert. The tickets were issued by a national ballot.
|The Ticket Holders at Buckingham Palace earlier today.|
The Stage itself is set outside the gates of Buckingham Palace at the Head of the Mall, and already there are thousands of people waiting in the Mall to watch the concert on the stage and also on the Giant screens set up along the Mall.
|The Diamond Stage|
The diamond stage for the Diamond Jubilee. It has just been announced that the "Duke of Edinburgh will not be at the Jubilee Concert as he has been admitted to Hospital for observations with a Bladder infection. although The Queen and other royals will still be at the concert.
Well that is about it for today. it is now 5.50 so time to put up todays "Day in History" for the 4th of June 1940 and to get this journal Posted and have a nap for an Hour before the Concert Starts , so until tomorrow I will say Bye Bye.
|Day in History 4th June 1940 "Dunkirk"|