The middle bar joins it up with adjectives like: “explore”; “taste”; “kiss”; “arouse”; “devour”; and “caress”
That’s a damn good sunset-enjoyment spot.
Unless somebody has already made one really bad decision for you, this isn’t a turbo. What do you think this is, Sweden?
Oh man I’m going to be not that far from there around then, but not in an interesting car. Very tempting.
Great points. I have given as gifts or recommended Seiko solar and Citizen Eco-Drives many times to people in the don’t-give-a-shit camp. Along with a beloved Seiko 5 weekend beater, I’ve owned several Orient autos and always had good experiences.
I personally rotate a Steinhart with a couple of Seikos, so I happen to agree, but I can’t knock Oris either.
Enjoying the warm evening by relaxing on the deck after a refreshing wade in the lake.
Missed opportunity to end the skit with “He’s happy to do it.”
I know this progression well.
Seems like by definition the automatic Seiko for $230 is the “best value for an automatic timepiece”—but perhaps the Oris is a candidate for “best value for a Swiss automatic” (although, one might also consider Glycine here).
I think you skipped a step. Between being broke but not young and being old and house-broke, I bet you briefly felt not-young and not-broke enough to buy the house that made you house-broke right around the time you got old.
I can assure you that it is not usually dog owners who are overly uptight about loose dogs in the neighborhood. Consider my otherwise tolerable neighbor who has threatened to call the police, call Animal Control, Mace the dog, and then sue me, if he ever sees my (completely non-aggressive, albeit enthusiastic and…
This is not remotely feasible in soccer because you’re allowed to tackle the guy dribbling the ball.
Asking the important questions.
It wouldn’t be a major international soccer tournament if a former player with demonstrably awful judgment wasn’t on TV undermining management and generally shit-stirring.
I would gladly drive for several hours and then hike several more for the privilege of swimming in an icy cold creek on a hot day, even though I have a bathtub I could fill with cold water at home. It’s doesn’t seem like much of a stretch from “relaxing next to a pretty creek after a long hard ride” to “taking a dip…
I backpack and camp by myself and love to swim in alpine creeks and lakes. It’s easy to forget how quickly that could become a nightmare. A quick dip in a cold stream after a long, punishing motorcycle ride would seem like a really, really refreshing idea to me...unless I got swept away by the current or overcome by…
This seems like a great solution for those who can swing it. My partner and I both travel for work often—she internationally for a week or more at a time, and I on frequent short domestic trips—so we only share the same room about half the time. It works pretty well. When our kid was younger and my partner didn’t…
This is the approach I have adopted. So far so good.
That really stands out on a street that is otherwise 100% boring crossovers.