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    WRUW this Saturday the 21st of May

    Aubergine Balboa.


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    Another hot day in the forecast. I'll swap to something that can get wet later.


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    Off for a hike with the doggos.

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    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    WRUW this Saturday the 21st of May

    Casio Protrek for a walk in our neighborhood nature preserve and planting two small trees for my wife.
    I donít wear this much as I donít like the rubber strap and want to try my natos. Iíve tried to take it off, but this requires more hands than I have, to hold the case and manipulate two screwdrivers. Iím going to take it on my next visit to my watchmaker and ask him to remove the strap.

    Update. Tree planting done Time for refreshment. Well, itís close enough to 12 oíclock!!


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    Stealth on stealth (and Iyonk).

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    WRUW this Saturday the 21st of May

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    Stealth on stealth (and Iyonk).

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    Stealth pants too! Are you moonlighting as a ninja? 🥷


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    WRUW this Saturday the 21st of May

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    Stealth pants too! Are you moonlighting as a ninja? 🥷


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    Not at my age.

    P.S. Black t-shirt and sneakers, too, to complete the look.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcor View Post
    Not at my age.

    P.S. Black t-shirt and sneakers, too, to complete the look.


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