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    WRUW? An Omega?




    Ca. 1969-70 vintage Omega Seamaster 120.

    The nicest watch in my collection. The picky "works", but truly it's over-exposed a couple of stops. Shall redo it sometime when I see more sunshine.

    Ric

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    Watch show in Palm Beach today so heading there with my wife and some friends. She is wearing this:

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    On holiday with a trusty friend.
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    At a favourite destination.

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    Just drove from south to north
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    Up the West Bank. Possibly a silly thing to do, but not a bad first post.

    Good luck with the new forum all of you. That's a lot of talent and some very decent people so wishing you luck is redundant. I'll enjoy watching you create the place you miss. I might even help...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    On holiday with a trusty friend.
    DSC_0988.jpg

    At a favourite destination.

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    Just drove from south to north
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    Up the West Bank. Possibly a silly thing to do, but not a bad first post.

    Good luck with the new forum all of you. That's a lot of talent and some very decent people so wishing you luck is redundant. I'll enjoy watching you create the place you miss. I might even help...
    Nice to see you posting, Matt. Weird that 2500A hasn't exploded in a shower of parts before now.

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    chronometier Matt's Avatar
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    I know, what with the terrible water solubility of the cases and all. Thanks for the welcome, I'll throw a few more pictures on later, wifi permitting.

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    Hey Matt, is th4t you?

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    It certainly is. So do we get a Bond pastiche out of one of my pictures? I believe that's the tradition. Come on you've got a bloody Russian tank to work with...

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    Oh, very busy times ahead for me, Matt. Drowning in assignments but more importantly, my head's not thinking along those lines at the moment. Too much else going on. Might have to rehash the old ones while I think of an ending for the story.
    I hope you and yours are well, by the way.

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    They're all doing fine. The eldest got engaged while the youngest can now string words together.

    Yours?

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