CWL of the day

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C9 5 Day COSC 40mm for a trip in Louise's parent's Mercedes E-Class to the legendary Strawberry Field Pancake Cottage near Sneem.

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This one yesterday and today
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MiniMpi wrote:
Mon May 06, 2019 3:27 pm
C9 5 Day COSC 40mm for a trip in Louise's parent's Mercedes E-Class to the legendary Strawberry Field Pancake Cottage near Sneem.

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The classic good looks of the white dial black bezel Mk2 GMT. ImageNever lets you forget you have it on your wrist.
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New moon is rising !
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C65 MK1 LE for my last day off of the week.

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C8 Flyer MK2 for today.

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MiniMpi wrote:
Mon May 06, 2019 3:27 pm
C9 5 Day COSC 40mm for a trip in Louise's parent's Mercedes E-Class to the legendary Strawberry Field Pancake Cottage near Sneem.

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Hi there MiniMpi,

Have just seen your post as I flick around this forum. I only joined yesterday, and I'm not even a CW owner, just a watch enthusiast. Your post caught my eye immediately as I live in Killarney and know the pancake cottage well. I often drive up to Moll's Gap and Avoca; it's a small world, eh. Nice timepiece btw...
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strapline wrote:
Hi there MiniMpi,

Have just seen your post as I flick around this forum. I only joined yesterday, and I'm not even a CW owner, just a watch enthusiast. Your post caught my eye immediately as I live in Killarney and know the pancake cottage well. I often drive up to Moll's Gap and Avoca; it's a small world, eh. Nice timepiece btw...
Thanks buddy ;)
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Bring down the sun, dusk approaches !
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C1 GMPR on camel oak strap.
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C8 Vintage MK2 for a sunny morning.

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Bluey

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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:
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Still loving that on a bracelet Steve. It’s just leading the race over the auto for my next CW.
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C9 Jumping Hour MkIII Roman Numerals version
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