A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

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    A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

    Loaded up the car with garbage for the regular trip to the town dump.





    Left the house:





    It was raining (for a change):

















    The clock tower in Chatham:





    A nice antique, handcraft store in Chatham, NY:






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    Re: A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

    Did the section between the two Mudman pics happen with no time passing? Have you discovered how to stop time!??!?

    Watches are now useless, pass it on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maine View Post
    Did the section between the two Mudman pics happen with no time passing? Have you discovered how to stop time!??!?

    Watches are now useless, pass it on
    You caught me. I didn't take additional Mudman shots -- so I used two from the same time frame!

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    Re: A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

    It's cool And I'm one of the side that likes the watch

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    slow living shots. i like it, thanks! (and i like the rally mudman)
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    Re: A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

    I'm still having some doubts about the design of this Mudman, I don't know what it is... The red G? The fact that it looks very symmetrical?

    By the way, that Lexus-owner should quickly replace the bulb in his left headlight

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    Re: A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

    Interesting

    Nice trip to the Dump!!

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    Re: A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

    Where does the Lone Ranger take his garbage?


    To the dump. To the dump. To the dump dump dump!

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    Re: A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

    Nice trip

    I find myself wanting a Rally but its not at the top of the list. Hey when I go to the local dump I have to have a yellow vest and if I dont have one I have to buy one. then nobody ever puts it on. We need some rain here in So Cal. they have us turning down the water so much my grass is going to be brown soon.


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    Re: A Rally Mudman and A Trip to Chatham, NY

    Quote Originally Posted by Maine View Post
    It's cool And I'm one of the side that likes the watch
    Likewise - one of my favourites.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lester Burnham View Post
    I'm still having some doubts about the design of this Mudman, I don't know what it is... The red G? The fact that it looks very symmetrical?
    Its great in the flesh is all I can say - excellent feature set, thoroughly modern G, super comfortable, and gives a very nice vibe I find on the wrist. Well worth giving it a whirl. I bought mine when deciding to check out what this whole mudman fuss was all about and deliberately selected it as being considered a fugly G.

    I find the display to be superbly visible/legible - so crisp and extremely good on the eye, for whatever design reason.

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