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    Miles McKinney Funky Friday November the 10th 2023.

    Happy Friday Radoistes, here's my lot.











    Bookending the week with the default favourite. Have a great weekend everyone.


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    Tempted as I am by both the default, and the Frigate, the DS40 takes my vote.

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    Voyager this week.

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    Started the week with the bronze CC...

    ...but I have ended it with the very accurate Telluride:

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    Had to change the hour for the end of Daylight time, so I set it as close to spot-on as I could and expect it will not need adjustment until April (or whenever it is we change the clocks again).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim. View Post
    Happy Friday Radoistes, here's my lot.




    I am with Scott on this one.
    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    My truncated week. The real gala has been ended but we are throwing a mini version for the friends we usually bring with us. We are busy making decorations and costumes.

    Started with the Cologny

    Cologny by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    Two days with the Mk II

    P1073320 copy copy2 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    Debut Centrix auto

    P2090134 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr

    And celebrated picking the dive shop I will use on my winter holiday by wearing a diver I have used to dive.

    P3261966 by Hank Blanc, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    Tempted as I am by both the default, and the Frigate, the DS40 takes my vote.





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    Cheers mate, apologies for the late reply, life catches up sometimes.

    Nice to see the Voyager, it doesn't often get wrist time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim. View Post
    Cheers mate, apologies for the late reply, life catches up sometimes.

    Nice to see the Voyager, it doesn't often get wrist time.

    Thanks mate.
    I can certainly relate to that.

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    I am with Scott on this one.
    Cheers Hank, I'm going with the D-Star this week, great shot too.


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    Cheers Hank, I'm going with the D-Star this week, great shot too.


    Cheers Tim. I am thinking this might go on another dive adventure, along with the Ad Mare early next year.
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