Took some time over the Memorial Day break to read Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time This quick read brings to life the impact of Harrison’s Clocks on not only the world of navigation but on time itself. While readable in a couple days,
. . . a memorable one? Two g-t-g's in less than 24 hours. First, hanging out with Kevin [log-in: Kevster] Friday afternoon. After a tortuous drive south to Long Beach in holiday traffic (78 miles=3 hours!), we met at his place and walked to the nearest Irish pub. No pics, sad to say, but we polished
at the 両国国技館 (Ryōgoku Kokugikan) in Tōkyō. On 26-May-2019 he was awarded the Prime Minister's Cup and the newly introduced US President's Cup by the current position holder. (note: all photos are of TV images). It was a great day for Asanoyama from Toyama Prefecture, fighting at 前頭 5 (Maegashira 5).
but before stepping out of car, straps on his Richard Mille! Anyone know which model he owns? I don't see him as in the Mille stable of sports heroes at present. Perhaps soon to come? Have a good week upcoming all! FH
This is a very beautiful piece but like most 4178, it just sits with the dealer as people are afraid to commit. Can we use this piece for a discussion and let us know what you think? I'm curious what can be learned from this.