It was a real scorcher at KBUR today, an even 40degC (104degF) on the OAT readout. Fortunately, both myself and my instructor are relatively lightweight, so we still had some Horsepower to spare.
On the road with the Moonphase
Another day with my WW2 Pilots watch - featuring a 1932 Douglas Greyhound motorcycle
Seamaster Jumbo 166.087
Not a ‘Thin o Matic’ but still a very slim 60s monocoque case
Seiko all set for a day in the sunshine
Good day all. 1959 Genève 2903. Far from the most valuable watch in my collection, but one of the hardest to find in this condition, and one of my favorites.
Went to the AD (Home Depot) picked up my royal oak. No wait list I got the red dial
Cal 501 ref 2846 with original NAIAD crown...YaY!
Great pairing The R22 is a great machine to learn to fly in. Fly safe.
This for a milestone birthday celebration and start of a long weekend.
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