Glad to see you survived the fall out too.
It's one in the morning here in Scotland, and that view you've posted just turned night into day.
Superb, glad to be back.
Slainte Mhath agus Tainte, Gav.
B-1 Black Dial + UTC
Emergency Charcoal Dial + UTC
B-1 Vulcan 50 Years. L/E.15/50 + 24hr UTC
B-1 Red Arrows L/E + 24hr UTC
B-1 Black Dial with UTC
B-1 Blue Dial + 24hr UTC
B-2 Blue Dial + 24hr UTC
B-2 Black Dial/Black Subs. + 24hr UTC
Chrono Avenger M-1 L/E Team SEB 220/250 + 24hr UTC
Chrono Avenger M-1, Black Dial.
Chrono Avenger M-1, Yellow Dial
Emergency + 24hr UTC
Emergency Mission Black Dial (Early Version) on Pro II
Old Navitimer. Red Arrows. LE. 93/200
"OK one more, then I'm off....."
Good morning Ron, Findo and everyone else,Originally Posted by findo-400
Good to see you all well and fighting fit. Top shot Ron.
There is hope yet. If the clean room guys can transplant the disks we may have the old data back. It will be a couple of days, I suspect, before we know for sure. I can't think what this will cost management. A new disk is a few hundred bucks but to rebuild one with new electronics and re-calibration to retrieve the data must be in the order of a few thousand or more. These guys don't come cheap. Thats where we are at as of this morning. So be prepared to carry on from here but on the other hand we may be back to the old forum with a few bits missing by the middle of next week. All your technology fingers crossed please... . I will keep you updated when I have more info. If you think you have read this elsewhere you're right :-D . Funny the way the mind processes data sometimes.
Seize the day, it ain't coming around again. . . .
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Beautiful pic Ron! I've always loved that watch.
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