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    Good morning, IWL.

    Yes, yes, I know: it's a bit early, but since I've nothing better to do

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    A piece of real 'extravagance' on the wrist, today.

    The Poljot P3133 mechanical chrono still runs pretty well

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    Take care and be safe.
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    "Sheltering in Place" except perhaps a quick trip to the farmer's market, if it is happening (...edit: nah, skip that... too wet and dreary out, so we'll just mope indoors.) Newcomer Chronoswiss Sirius wrist sharing with Tudor today.



    Last edited by skywatch; Mar 15, 2020 at 06:43 PM.
    Too many watches, not enough wrists.

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    Good morning, IWL. Avoiding the airports, road tripping home today



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    I hope everyone has a great Sunday and safe week ahead.

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    White Wolf today.

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    Decorating again today but less messy so I wore this beater Chinese Chaykin ‘homage’ to cheer myself up. Just wish I could afford a real one... although in all honesty I doubt I’d wear it to paint my son’s room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pip View Post
    I doubt I’d wear it to paint my son’s room

    Would he like a mural - of a watch?

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    Smokin' some ribs for the family today...Seiko on the wrist.


    Cheers,

    Chris

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