Toyz for the Boyz

Atilla

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I bet even the Duracell bunny would be hard pushed to keep this one going

I was thinking of a quick hop across the channel from Shoreham to Boulogne-sur-Mer to pickup a bottle of Beaujolais to ave with mi pasta :)

Also, London would be just a short hop.

Would love to glide again, apparently it's like flying a glider. So best of both worlds really.

Checkout gliding over the Southdowns...

Recognise Devil's Dyke and those wind surfers. Looks dangerously close to them.
 

Atilla

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Prefer mine but each to his own...
I find jets stressful and much ado about nothing. Wasteful and pollutes mother earth. Much prefer video-conferencing these days from the comfy of mi armchair and slippers under the table. ;)
 
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Atilla

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I'm not a plane guy, or a boat guy, or an art guy -- maybe just...slightly...a car guy.
But if I was really wealthy, the one 'toy' I would want is this Patek Philippe Celestial 5102 watch.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Patek-Philippe-Grande-Complication-Celestial-Automatik-Gelbgold-Ref-5102J-/181791014185?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_77&hash=item2a5396bd29

Great watch. (y)

Saves time too - self winding :cheesy:


My morning alarm clock that I don't use tells me the time when I touch it. Great piece of engineering. No need to open eye-lids. :)
 

tar

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I'm watching this space ...
 
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