CWL of the day

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^^^ Too easy. :D You've been following in the footsteps of AVO.

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downer wrote:^^^ Too easy. :D You've been following in the footsteps of AVO.

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Re: CWL of the day

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This is one of my first CW's that just doesn't get the wrist time it deserves. I put a Hadley Roma Vegetable tanned leather strap on it and it is probably the best match of all the watches and straps I have.

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tikkathree wrote: Lovely one. Here's a watch in front of a Cathedral but where?Image
Hmmm, North Transept of Norwich is Romanesque, this is very Gothic and of an altogether different stone unless my eyes deceive me. Salisbury, perchance?
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Image

New strap; Golden brown Hirsch Liberty

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Looks great
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Had younger brother on today

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Sabbath wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
New strap; Golden brown Hirsch Liberty

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Looks great

Cheers and to stefs & tikkathree as well.

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Re: CWL of the day

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Cathedral.

I don't think that's Salisbury AVO.

Nor Chichester, Winchester or Wells.

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scooter wrote:Cathedral.

I don't think that's Salisbury AVO.

Nor Chichester, Winchester or Wells.

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Goodness! It is Friday!
Well, it IS here in Middle Earth. And I understand that it is on Friday that we should sport our Forum Limited Edition wristwatches. Sadly, being a johnny-come-lately, I only have one to wear and to show. For the sensitivity of Smeggers and Scoots I have been careful to avoid a flash of thigh. Image
To those who obsess, please note that:
(a) the minutes and seconds correlate.
(b) it is gaining at the enormous rate of +3 at the moment, which would have been well inside COSC constraints.
(c) the accompanying letter from CW advises most strongly against changing the date between certain hours. I have therefore left the date unchanged.
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This ghastly FLEabag is not automatic
it has no date
and only shows a single timezone!
Yet it is NEVER off his wrist.
I hate it.
hate it.
hate it.
HATE IT.

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You will be at 30 posts soon, Mr Harrison, you will have increased privileges after that to plan your evil scheme.
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dreamcatcher wrote:You will be at 30 posts soon, Mr Harrison, you will have increased privileges after that to plan your evil scheme.
Yes, Mister Dream Catcher. I could sell his Fleabag, spend the money on champagne and be back on his wrist without him even realising.
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bspj wrote:Goodness! It is Friday!
Well, it IS here in Middle Earth. And I understand that it is on Friday that we should sport our Forum Limited Edition wristwatches. Sadly, being a johnny-come-lately, I only have one to wear and to show. For the sensitivity of Smeggers and Scoots I have been careful to avoid a flash of thigh.
Image
To those who obsess, please note that:
(a) the minutes and seconds correlate.
(b) it is gaining at the enormous rate of +3 at the moment, which would have been well inside COSC constraints.
(c) the accompanying letter from CW advises most strongly against changing the date between certain hours. I have therefore left the date unchanged.
Congratulations on getting your first FLE Steve :clap:

Love the bit about the date :lol: