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    Quote Originally Posted by wschofield3 View Post
    The Don Caddigan JR on a new gator strap, and yes, it's brown on a SS watch, but this dial warrants the exception.

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    Miss you, pal - our world is not the same without you.

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    Looks good. See rules are made to be broken.
    Cheers,

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybotron View Post
    Looks good. See rules are made to be broken.
    On a rare occasion - yes.

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    It’s not even a rule I’ve heard of.


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    Sunny saturday here. After breakfast I did a bike trip to downtown for a stroll along riverside.



    Took a ferry trip across the river.



    Cafes are closed, except some that have turned into kiosk mode.



    In the evening a walk by the lake.



    A moorhen and a great crested grebe did not obey the distancing when they built their nests. And now they even got visitors, when a mallard with 11 duckling stopped by.




    Sent from Maxwell Smart's shoe.

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    &lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt;&lt; WRUW Saturday 23 May 2020 &gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;

    Still playing around with my new straps. Ebel Discovery on gulf racing Velcro strap.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125 View Post
    It’s not even a rule I’ve heard of.


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    It was one of my Dads big peeves, which I agree with and adhere to - usually.

    He had a yellow gold and white gold wedding ring that he alternated, WG with black shoes and belt and YG with brown. He would laugh if someone had a black belt on with a yellow gold buckle.

    He only wore brown shoes and belt with a blue suit - if it was a black or grey suit, it was always black.

    My Dad was a very sharp dresser, as well as a true gentleman - and quite a bit old fashioned in his quirks, but always in a good way as he was quite progressive when it mattered.
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    Spent a good bit of the day cleaning. So no mech watch for that!

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    A bright and (VERY) blustery day here today; more garden work for me, so MDV106 it was/is:

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