CWL of the day

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MiniMpi wrote:C7 Bluebird for a dinner GTG of close (local) friends.
(Old photo but same shirt ! )

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One of the best CWs in my opinion :clap:
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jtc wrote:
Boydesian wrote:Just got it today!

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Very nice! This was going to be my choice, but the oversized hour hand is one of those "can't unsee" things for me :problem:
I wouldn't have necessarily disagreed with you prior to seeing it firsthand, but after trying it on I bought it and couldn't be happier. :)
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bspj wrote:
Boydesian wrote:Just got it today!

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Early Christmas? :santaclaus:
But of course! :)
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First try of the old green 'n black on a NATO today, it's only a cheapie but I'm pretty pleased with it, might be staying on NATO I think now.

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bspj wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C9 FLE for FLE Friday !!

Photos on Christmas morning.
CWs at Christmas!
Ferg, if you show me yours, I'll show you mine........ :snowman: :santaclaus:
:lol: Forgot about your grand veiling on Christmas Day too !
Deal :thumbup: 8) :)
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Sabbath wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:C7 Bluebird for a dinner GTG of close (local) friends.
(Old photo but same shirt ! )
One of the best CWs in my opinion :clap:
Thanks Mark :thumbup:
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C6 Kingfisher for today.

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C60 for me

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Korkki that photo is great. The snow really makes the orange bezel stand out.

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Grab'nGo Monday

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C10 Aviator for my last three work shifts before Christmas, I finish at 05:30 Christmas morning.
Arty photo......! :)

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Decided to stick the Trident on a Nato for the first time, I think it does pretty well. Do prefer the classy leather strap it comes on though most of the time.

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Being smart for Christmas Eve Eve ... my new C65 has arrived so will be tomorrow's Christmas Eve smartness!

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