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I have a hat from Down Under made of Jackaroo fur. It's too small. I'd love to reblock it but there are grommets at the brim break.
A sage for the sage.
I wrote quite a bit more. Perhaps there is a limit to the size of a text.
When feeling disappointed, Eric, in how others are behaving, you might consider keeping in mind that there are several schools of thought on the...
I'm off to fetch the wife. I sent her out to pick lettuce so figure the Sombrero Grande is in order.
Lest anyone find this post in poor taste, I...
One more avenue for the green snake of envy to sneak in. You suck, Jonesie, but I love you for it.
I suggest an over/under .22/.410 on the nature walk. Put a baby bottle nipple on the barell. Soft hollow points for the over round, medium shot on...
Whatever doesn't kill me makes me stronger.
I'm glad you're on the mend, Greg. A word of advice: fake it.
There you go! Lemonade from lemons.
Just install a bidet. Didn't you always want one?
You can't even get a good Sears Roebuck catalog anymore!
Save the hat and firearm pages, of course.
Returning to my hat home after a lengthy sabbatical, sporting a Knox Milan I believe to be from the early 50's.
I've missed my comrades in...
Great post, Steve.
I'm saying goodbye for the season to some of my furrier friends.
P&C Habbig first.
I guess I'll add my details. Like Jim I cut the sweat leather to measured length, though I angle cut the ends a bit more dramatically, as much as...
[ATTACH] I'm wearing a very nice late 40s early 50s Pilgrim today. I think the brand emerged then and came out of a Lee shop.
It's an extremely...
Mint and cheap is a contradiction in terms. You can listen to some wheelguns spin and learn how to crack a safe.
I agree, Brent, particularly in these times. My own activity has been more quick in and out than it used to be so sometimes I think I must have...