CWL of the day

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Re: CWL of the day

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My C80 GB1 Sector for a comfortable evening in.

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this old thing for the evening :)

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C4 today

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this for a lazy Sunday

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An incredibly chilly dog walk...

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Glad that Top Gear is back on. :D

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jtc wrote:An incredibly chilly dog walk...

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C10 Aviator for tonight and tomorrow night's night shifts.

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C11 Makaira Elite today, making up for lost wearing time.

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Re: CWL of the day

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^^ did you say you're back at work today guy? i may have lost some time recently... :problem:
if so, then well done on your recovery! and the watch looks great 8)
watching you fail in your quest for a “one watch” has been great entertainment

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Must be Makaira Monday
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missF wrote:^^ did you say you're back at work today guy? i may have lost some time recently... :problem:
if so, then well done on your recovery! and the watch looks great 8)
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Yes, saw my Consultant this morning (photo was taken just after) and I'm now back working full time.

I've been working part time for the last three weeks to get acclimatised to all the walking around l do.

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Great news Guy ! :)
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After wet Sunday, chilly, bright and lovely Monday.
Sometimes I look at the sweep seconds and think "You're a bit too long you are" then I look away and look back and I think differently.

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