Not what I am wearing but the wife. She is on holiday and sent back a wrist shot She is slowly catching on
Must be a yellow day for me. Yellow over yellow shirts, as it is definitely Fall here in Maine, and a yellow gold capped Seamaster with a warmly patina'd dial.
Who’s blue today?
Happy Tuesday all.
Normally yes, but we have a tropical storm passing through, so we were sent home from work early this afternoon
Birth year 145.022-76 and a new book for #speedytuesday
Out of town for business... Still able to #speedytuesday
Next stop, my first OB experience
Edit: First OB experience, not good IMO. They had only one 20mm black strap option in the store. It was black alligator and not what I was looking for to have for the ST1. Bad luck I guess. I’m sure it isn’t the norm.
Finally my first Speedy on the WRUW thread
Playing catch-up today.
Working my way through WRUW and into a glorious September of watch photos and whatever else Forum folk choose to share here. Wearing the Speedmaster on the honors system for I haven't taken a photograph of it today. We were off to a Labor Day weekend/Mrs. noelekal birthday trip to see the granddaughters in Nashville, a journey which extended into the first week of the month and included much of the South, as far east as Georgia. Returned to care for aged infirm parents, my mother being hospitalized for most of the next week.
Both sons and families were present for Nana's birthday and all were taken to Chattanooga for a day trip on one of the Tennessee Valley Railroad lines. https://www.tvrail.com/
Eldest granddaughter watching a train arrive.
Lunch in the dining car.
Still on Texas time.
Saturn 1B rocket on I-65 at Alabama welcome center at border between Tennessee and Alabama.
A Mad Dog imitation has to be the sincerest form of flattery.
Love the "nipple" hour markers
Breitling SuperOcean on a Hershey rubber strap today, nice because it’s only 42mm. The 44mm plus versions are not for me!
Vintage Seiko for the evening!
Another Speedy Tuesday in the books!
methinks something large today...
best $160 bucks I ever spent. Serial dates it to about 1888.
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