CWL of the day

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nathanclarinet wrote:Thanks Wis for getting me off looking at the discussions regarding the FLE
:) I have so far stayed out of that particular battle, though have been tempted to contribute my 2p.
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Nice canvas strap Wis. I've been contemplating a tan/sand/khaki canvas strap for my Hamilton Field Khaki. I wonder how a canvas strap would look on the cream C5A?
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2009 LE today - shown here on mesh 8)

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Back to my trusty old Trident today, after three days off. Really love this piece and really must get round to taking some more interesting shots. I wonder when Mortis will post his new one here? 8)
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It has been a Forum LE for me today.

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jmarchitect wrote:Back to my trusty old Trident today, after three days off. Really love this piece and really must get round to taking some more interesting shots. I wonder when Mortis will post his new one here? 8)
:lol:
Yeah, I know, I really need to get one but I've not had any luck at second hand or nearly new and I am having an expensive couple of months for various reasons so I am reluctant to pay the full whack, so to speak. I might give in and do so when I get bored at Easter, though... :lol:
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The 'white' C6 today. :)

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downer wrote:The 'white' C6 today. :)

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Rich......sell that to me will ya!! :D
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downer wrote:The 'white' C6 today. :)

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Wow that looks fab! What strap do you have on it?
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Monkey wrote:Rich......sell that to me will ya!! :D
Sorry..........No can do! :)
scoot wrote: Wow that looks fab! What strap do you have on it?
Thanks. It's a Maratac. I kinda like Maratac straps. :)
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Mortis wrote:
jmarchitect wrote:Back to my trusty old Trident today, after three days off. Really love this piece and really must get round to taking some more interesting shots. I wonder when Mortis will post his new one here? 8)
:lol:
Yeah, I know, I really need to get one but I've not had any luck at second hand or nearly new and I am having an expensive couple of months for various reasons so I am reluctant to pay the full whack, so to speak. I might give in and do so when I get bored at Easter, though... :lol:
Oops- I thought you had bagsied one from the sales corner. Sorry for planting that seed.... but then, it is your destiny! :lol:
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C3 today, very classy this watch.

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Today is Friday. It's beautiful out. Also, it's the second day of the NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament. All of this means, it is likely to be one of the least productive work days in America for the year.

To combat some of this sluggishness, it felt like a Stripe kind of day.

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This one today. Pic taken on a very bad camera on a blackberry
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