Catchin that last ray
Off to the gym!
Sunday morning swimming lessons
This! Oh Lord.....
Edit: almost forgot ... DIIIIIIIBS
Lazy Sunday afternoon at a local art gallery where our daughter was to perform (ballet) during a show.
I wore the Uni-Compax while the wife wore the Longines Admiral
Love those indices ..... great looking watch..
With matcha shoes
And my new lover
My TinTin for last 3 days 24x7....
18ct gold Eternamatic 3000 from 1967.
Omega "Tank" style ref. CK 891 cal. T17 from 1937
There's a heat advisory in place today with temperatures to feel like 40C in SW Ontario. Stay cool my friends
I confess that I bought this watch with every intention of quickly flipping it. The problem is that I put it on while listing items on eBay; cleaning a few watch cases; taking photographs .... And, despite what seems to be a ridiculously small size, this is an incredibly comfortable and easily read watch. No wonder people claim it helped win the second world war.
For those not instantly familiar, this is a Waltham A-11 circa 1940-1949 in a Keystone case. All original, right down to the canvas strap.
Brief history can be found here: https://huckberry.com/journal/posts/the-watch-that-won-world-war-ii
Those shoes deserve a thread of their own, fair play for trying to pull those bad boys off
Nice Friuli meat & appetizer spread......where did you score those fine eats at?
Oh....and nice watch & shoes combo
78' with a nicely faded dnn for today...
Choice of the weekend
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