Apologies to all for my unintentional hiatus from the forum over the past few weeks. Nearly every moment of my free and non-slumber time has been consumed by our son Ryan's big school production of 'How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying', and I am still in the midst of sorting through thousands of photos and hours of videos in producing a multi-media DVD for the kids...
I hope to post some photos from the show to FEDORAS AFIELD soon, but permit me the indulgence of posting several pictures of one of my most cherished vintage lids from this past Saturday evening:
The snow cover is all but gone now and Spring feels just around the corner. It seemed apropos that we were at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis for the Minnesota Orchestra's pops presentation of Springtime In Paris. Caxton Beaver Twenty.
Orchestra Hall was alive with Minnesotans anxiously looking forward to Spring's arrival.
Sitting at our table at Vincent after the concert. Orchestra Hall in the background across Peavey Plaza.
Al, wonderful photos as always. I hope it was a success for your son, he is a great actor maybe times.
Please send him my congratulations.
The Caxton, that´s a stunning Hat. I love your front pinches on that.
Last edited by Chepstow; 03-05-2012 at 10:17 AM.
Great shots, Al. Is that a cav edge on the Caxton?
Domingo, ponte el sombrero y vamos.
Al-- Congrats to Ryan, and good luck with the project! My Dad used to do that all the time for us and friends with concerts, plays, etc.-- I know it can be time consuming.
I adore the bash on your Caxton.
"I have recently acquired a new hat of such ferocity that it has been running my whole life for me. I wake up in the morning thinking, 'Who shall I wear my hat at today?'"
Al, that beaver twenty is very nice!
Good grey color.
Superb hats lately as usual. Been wearing the Beaver Brand the last few days. Contemplating one with a bound edge in banker grey, but I’ll hold off until my new glen grey Campdraft arrives. We’ll see if that will hold me for a bit.
WOW nice lids Al and BJ not to mention the pics.......Looks like you guys have a professional photographer following you around, I am envious.....
I think I would need a longer arm to take pics like you guys.....
Whippet for me today...
Last edited by T Rick; 03-05-2012 at 04:46 PM.
"It is impossible to travel faster than the speed of light, and certainly not desirable, as one's hat keeps blowing off." Woody Allen