Small walk at the park today (Longines 7839 cal 284).
1981 6309-7040 Turtle gets the nod for the job of starting the 1979 100 HP Evinrude.
Started right up.
Quick launch and run, and into its protective lift. The Evinrude is the youngster next to the 1974 15 HP Chrysler Marine! It runs great too but I'll start it another day.
I learned how to drive this boat before I learned how to drive a car. Kind of attached to it, I guess. Ready for season 43!
My Omega Grillmaster
Bunch a' fruits around here!
Tough yard work requires the tough old Glycine beater, one of the vintage watches I've had the longest. Was worth the five bucks I gave for it in a pawn shop sometime in the early 1980s. It's been the huntin', fishin', hikin', chorin' watch ever since. It's long proven itself to be bullet proof and one of the consistently very accurate vintage watches I have.
Apricots coming along.
First year the little replacement peach has fruited. We lost our grand, heavy bearing Sentinel variety peach tree two years ago to bores. We still mourn its loss.
Bluetiful!- 1993 Tudor Submariner Ref. 79090 - cal. 2824-2.
Tequila Gran Centenario Azul, finito!...
Exploring hockey tonight.
Love the natural light
Chronosport diver tonight ala vintage Magnum P.I. season 1-3.
Trying to be as sharp as this Grand Seiko.
Snoopy and my grand dog Petunia the Frenchie
Wearing my 1963 gilt dial Tudor Sub, Ref. 7928, while playing my 1981 Gibson ES175.
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