Discussion in 'Hats' started by AlanC, Jun 21, 2007.
That's a nice hat
while doing some hat research I stumbled across this photo of our buddy Michael @g.durand from a couple years ago in this very thread .... it brought a wide smile to my face.
I remember laughing the night he posted it .
I hope you are well Michael and I hope you are in your robe eating wings as we speak
One of the best photos this thread has to offer
Time for a white gas bath? Nice looking hat from the image.
It looked like the round globe in the shadows. This pin sounded interesting so I searched it. You never cease to amaze!
Went to a theater folk party this evening. Cool evening out on a deck swapping stories. The Barbisio "mullet-berg" Lobbia was a perfect companion. My theater friends are beginning to expect and appreciate my hats finally. This one was a big hit!
I knew it was going to be this pic before I finished reading the first sentence.
Sent directly from my mind to yours.
I read everything she ever said & wrote about Ted Bundy.
ha! Political theory for the hormonal teen.
brim up akubra bluegrass green campdraft, need to paint my shed a different colour.
Hints of autumn in today's cool morning. 1950s Royal Deluxe Stetson gets the coffee duty
IMG_6402 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
IMG_6401 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
IMG_6396 by Michael A2012, on Flickr
It's a lovely bit of felt.
IMG_6390 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
Have a great Sunday,
4X Open Road this morning.
Thanks Red. It's a comfortable hat to wear.
A couple of beauties today Red, with the Knox and the Homburg later. Great hat choices for the cooler weather.
That one it is Michael !!!
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looking sharp, love that hat
Thanks Karl. It's an easy hat to love. I'm sure it will be getting a lot of headtime. And I thought your shed color was perfect for today's study in green with the Campdraft.
When you go to get the paint for the shed be sure you resist the urge to let your subconscious decide on silver belly, caribou, dove gray, heather grey, forest green, or natural beaver. Obviously that already happened when you bought that bluegrass green paint for the shed.
Looking good in that Campdraft BTW.
Six months of sweating on a construction site, and then a bath, is responsible for making this sage hemp stratoliner better than new.
I recently did research for a guy writing a book about Bundy from Australia. One of his victims was taken from Oregon State University in 1974. We have some very interesting archival materials about the abduction.
Thanks Michael, the cool weather and some rain overnight (first in 57 days) prompted some brushing, maintenance of storage and fondling of felts. I'll be able to trot out a couple more until mid-week when we are back to 85 degrees.
If you had a green shirt on, the picture would be just your head floating in space. Maybe a nice red color that does not exist in your hat collection...
I want a suit jacket like that! Great looking Stetson. It is quite similar to mine, maybe a touch wider brim, but a cousin for sure.
Always a treat to see this OR, nice one Bob.
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