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MiniMpi wrote:
Scrogg wrote:[What's one of them then Dave? :? ^^^
It's a W60 Coral.
Thanks Ferg :D

It is indeed the W60 Coral Simon......Jane is very lucky :wink: and has the three variations :D
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MiniMpi wrote:It's a W60 Coral.
Winnie Bloo wrote:It is indeed the W60 Coral Simon...
Haven't seen one before. I think I actually prefer the look of it to the boys version! :oops:
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Scrogg wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:It's a W60 Coral.
Winnie Bloo wrote:It is indeed the W60 Coral Simon...
Haven't seen one before. I think I actually prefer the look of it to the boys version! :oops:

There you go Simon :thumbup:

http://www.christopherwardforum.com/vie ... al#p313942

Dunno where the pics of the White and Gold one is :ka:
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It's very cold and 3" of snow daily where I live. Wish I was in Florida again...!

I better put on the C65, get the Miami Vice DVD set out, have some drinks and pretend I am there.

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Waiting for the sun

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There it is......cracking shot as always Kari :clap:
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C65 MK1 LE for a very frosty morning.

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Been for a walk with the family enjoyed running and playing in the leaves with the 2 year old grandson.

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Image Strangly enough its this baby today!


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Nice photo of the GMT ^^^ ;)
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kevin_b1 wrote:Been for a walk with the family enjoyed running and playing in the leaves with the 2 year old grandson.

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That is a fantastic photo of the SGWT Jumping Hour Kevin.
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MiniMpi wrote:
kevin_b1 wrote:Been for a walk with the family enjoyed running and playing in the leaves with the 2 year old grandson.

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That is a fantastic photo of the SGWT Jumping Hour Kevin.
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MiniMpi wrote:Nice photo of the GMT ^^^ ;)
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Two days on the trot. I'm thinking about rotating my watches a week at a time in 2017: let's start hereImage

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Week at a time?

That's been tried on the forum before, and soon fell by the wayside. It has novelty value to start with but you very quickly find (or I found at least) that you never quite have the right watch on for the day's events.

My C8 MkII Vintage to start the day

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