Finally back on the ground . . .

Finally back on the ground . . .

Joined: March 7th, 2004, 4:16 am

November 30th, 2005, 4:35 am #1

after several weeks of not having internet or email, it's great to be
back in the world and catch up on everything. I don't have a lot of
photos but here are some that show off my Citizen 800m . . .

this one is over Banff Alberta Canada



This one is pretty self explanatory - big watch, eh?



And finally, I had to engage in watch wars with my buddy who has an Omega - I think I won!



And one of my EcoZilla just because it rocks. . .




At any rate, it's good to be back and even better to share some of my adventures.



All the best for the upcoming holiday season to my fellow forumers
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Joined: October 26th, 2004, 7:00 pm

November 30th, 2005, 6:09 am #2

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Joined: January 10th, 2001, 1:23 am

November 30th, 2005, 8:28 am #3

after several weeks of not having internet or email, it's great to be
back in the world and catch up on everything. I don't have a lot of
photos but here are some that show off my Citizen 800m . . .

this one is over Banff Alberta Canada



This one is pretty self explanatory - big watch, eh?



And finally, I had to engage in watch wars with my buddy who has an Omega - I think I won!



And one of my EcoZilla just because it rocks. . .




At any rate, it's good to be back and even better to share some of my adventures.



All the best for the upcoming holiday season to my fellow forumers
We'll always know it's you because of your big....watch! Looks really good in the photos.

Glad to see Canadians know how to spell 'sulphur', btw. What exactly happens at the Cosmic Ray Station? Is it just a recording facility?

Cheers,



GLSM IBC, Rep. Bellm.
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Joined: March 7th, 2004, 4:16 am

November 30th, 2005, 1:02 pm #4

scientists used to measure the amount of light coming in from the sun and then they'd break it down into the different types of light to see how much of the UV and other wavelengths of light were getting through the atmosphere. It's been closed for years and now is just a tourist point on the top of the mountain.

Clearly, I'm no scientist!
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Joined: October 4th, 2005, 5:51 pm

November 30th, 2005, 3:23 pm #5

We'll always know it's you because of your big....watch! Looks really good in the photos.

Glad to see Canadians know how to spell 'sulphur', btw. What exactly happens at the Cosmic Ray Station? Is it just a recording facility?

Cheers,



GLSM IBC, Rep. Bellm.
That's where our canadian brothers go to put on their tin foil helmets and try to tune into the latest radio shows from venus mars and puerto rico. ;O)
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Joined: June 21st, 2005, 12:36 am

November 30th, 2005, 7:44 pm #6

after several weeks of not having internet or email, it's great to be
back in the world and catch up on everything. I don't have a lot of
photos but here are some that show off my Citizen 800m . . .

this one is over Banff Alberta Canada



This one is pretty self explanatory - big watch, eh?



And finally, I had to engage in watch wars with my buddy who has an Omega - I think I won!



And one of my EcoZilla just because it rocks. . .




At any rate, it's good to be back and even better to share some of my adventures.



All the best for the upcoming holiday season to my fellow forumers
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