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    Cool You might find this interesting

    Well, the moving into the house and unboxing everything and setting it up is well underway. It was my turn to get my "stuff" out. I wanted my "area" to be full of "good stuff"......

    The Deep Dive Pub sign above my computer



    Swiss newspaper article about Doxa and the book and a photo of my conquistador and my ugly mug and my Submarine clock (absolutely fantastic piece of kit. Wind her up and it runs about 6 days. Beautiful ticking sound).



    Diver Dan and a couple of small helmets. Network cable to be routed under the carpet or along the boarder.



    Perfect location for my large helmet.



    And at long last, all the Doxa paintings, framed and on one wall. Really happy about this little unique collection. Commissioned the first one in 2004 and all went into the Doxa book. Born, the artist, is a very talented guy.





    Still a whole bunch of stuff to unpack and sort out but my wee place is looking like home

    Pete

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    Re: You might find this interesting

    Pete, the place is looking really good.

    With a new home and new "immigrant" status, you've got to be feeling on top of the world. I know I would be.
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    Re: You might find this interesting

    Hi Pete,
    nice looking place, very individual, full of interesting "stuff"
    enjoy your new "area"
    Best Regards
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    Re: You might find this interesting

    Looks great Pete...congratulations!!!

    Now, when are you having us all over for dinner ?!?!?

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    Looks great Pete!! I like it all, but my favorite has to be that Clock. That thing is AWESOME
    Best Regards,
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    Re: You might find this interesting

    Fantastic Doc, a lovely home you've got there. That spot the Mark V (?) helmet is in looks as if it was planned for! Love those Born works, adds a real touch of "you" to the place. You do have a copy of the book laid out on a table nearby to complete the look, don't you? You should.
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    Re: You might find this interesting

    That is a cool helmet, and a great spot for it!!!!

    So when is the house warming?????

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    Re: You might find this interesting

    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme View Post
    That is a cool helmet, and a great spot for it!!!!

    So when is the house warming?????
    That's what I'm saying!!!

    Sorry to hijack the thread for a minute, but Hi there stranger, how have you been Graeme?

    Jeremy
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    Doxa SUB 600T Dirk Pitt 1029/3000
    Doxa SUB750T Caribbean 32/250 (Thanks Steve)
    Doxa SUB 300T Seahunter 909/1000 (Thanks Daniel)
    Doxa Deco
    Doxa SUB 750T Searambler 149/3000
    Doxa SUB 750T Caribbean GMT 232/1000
    Doxa SUB 5000T Seaconqueror Professional 76/5000 (Thanks Nick)
    Doxa SUB 1200T Professional NUMA 22/50

    Gone, but not forgotten:
    Doxa SUB 600T-Graph Sharkhunter 20/250 (Enjoy Bill)
    Doxa SUB 5000T Seaconqueror Sharkhunter 75/5000 (Enjoy Nick)

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    Re: You might find this interesting

    Quote Originally Posted by subkrawler View Post
    With a new home and new "immigrant" status, you've got to be feeling on top of the world.
    I was thinking "hommie status" myself :)
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    Re: You might find this interesting

    Cheap drinks, cold beer, tasty food, Doxas.... name the time. I'm there.

    Congrats again Pete, looking brilliant!

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