This one actually served in the tropics during the Vietnam War. The case is heavily polished as part of its life experience.
Great image of a great watch.
Sitting on the front porch with coffee and perusing WRUW…. A fine start to my day.
As I finished reading my previous book yesterday, picked up again a book I've been trying to read for almost 2 decades!! For the first 10 years, I read and re-read the first 50 pages over and over... A couple of months ago, something happened (other than Covid), and I managed to read the first 312 pages!! Then I stopped, read 2 other books... And I am back at it trying to finish it, still 300 pages to go.
I have a love and hate relationship with this particular book. It is globally good, Ibut it is sometimes quite monotonous in a sense. Now, I take it as a personal challenge to finish after all those years!!
We arrived back home on Friday, after a few days, camping. I wore a “utility” watch while away. So it was time to change to one of my favourites. But which one? I opened up my storage case to make the difficult choice. Not difficult at all, as it turned out! There, staring at me was my mid-50s Omega, date at 6:00, calibre 355, with yesterday’s date (11th), showing. No need to have to re-set the date, (a chore on these old guys). So for today (and a few more days), it is this one.
Ultraman on a Genteel dark green croc strap with orange stitching ...
Saturday, about to go to our grandson’s first birthday party.
Yard work watch….
Finally found the perfect band for this rainbow diver. @Forstnerbands
My first Seiko, Navigator Timer from the 70s
Sticking with the El Primero… HAGD All!
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