Nothing. I didn't even talk to a single person. It was wonderful.
H. Moser & Cie Venture Small Seconds 2327-0402, Omega Aqua Terra 126.96.36.199.06.002, JLC Reverso Flyback Chrono 255.182, JLC Reverso Grande Taille 270.3.62, Rolex OP 1966 1002, Ulysee Nardin Perpetual GMT 321-22, Longines Conquest 1959, Hamilton Electric Spectra 1957, Citizen AQ 4020–54Y, Bulova Accutron Astronaut
Church. Coffee with my daughter. Installed a new window A/C. Now, I am reading.
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Same pic as in the WRUW thread, but hung some lights on the deck, also installed an a/c and enjoyed a cold one!
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Went for a hike in the Santa Cruz mountains! Snapped a pano of Silicon Valley ...
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I continued my existence
Drove a lot last night and woke up too early with sort of a driving hangover. Laid around posting on WUS until hunger overtook fatigue as the primary reason for my inertia and so here I sit: spacey, hungry, and still posting. If it wasn't for the "watches in Europe" thread I doubt my pulse would have gotten above 50 during this last Sunday in June. My wife just turned on The Shawshank Redemption and I have a few beers left in the cooler so I'm pretty sure how the rest of my night is going to unfold. Tomorrow, as they say, is another day.
Seiko Spring Drive was my wedding watch, Rolex Datejust was my anniversary watch, but I call Oris home.
Sunday, gunday...went to the range.
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In answer to the OP....I did what I did most Sundays. I set up at a local flea market and peddled some antiques and collectibles which is a hobby of mine. Always a good time
My collection changes so often I got tired of redoing my signature
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