CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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Still with this...

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C5 Blue Slimline today.

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C9 BDD this afternooImagen.

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Rarely seen item. Image



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Out in the garden, digging up roots

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chrisjohnson wrote:Rarely seen item.
Looking good Chris.
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:Out in the garden, digging up roots

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Perfect watch for the job. In many ways I prefer this to the Extreme. Just a touch more subtle. (With the possible exception of the strap, which happens to be spot on!)

That is a big bugger of a root!

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C65 MK1 LE for this evening enjoying a lovely Cortado.

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These seem to be popular at the moment...

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MiniMpi wrote:C65 MK1 LE for this evening enjoying a lovely Cortado.

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They both look good Ferg.

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smegwina wrote: Perfect watch for the job. In many ways I prefer this to the Extreme. Just a touch more subtle. (With the possible exception of the strap, which happens to be spot on!)

That is a big bugger of a root!

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Cheers Nick. Know what you mean. I've looked over the Extreme and the extra thickness just makes it a shade too chunky. The Elite is better proportioned.

As for roots. Sue and I are digging over one of our borders, which has not seriously been done for many years and getting compost / manure into the soil to rejuvenate it.

The root was from a large bush in our neighbours garden, adjacent to the fence, only about 6" below the surface. It had to come out!

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Loving this thread, its like porn for CW fans
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Today's contribution to my CW week...
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My second favourite CW on a recent strap from the sale.
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^^^that looks brilliant^^^
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