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TheOldFashioned

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Boy you aren’t kidding. My son suffered though a majorly dislocated knee cap to get out of his last few weeks last year. I hope all went well with his surgery and a quick recovery

That sure is one fine old cap you got there, Jonathan.
Thanks, Joe. Surgery went about as smooth as could be, but momma broke down when we first saw him post-op. After we got back to our room he slept for several hours and has been doing much better since then. (He's walking with the nurse and mom right now actually.)

It's about a 2.5-3 hour ride home for us, so we opted to stay overnight just in case.
 
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Blare

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Thanks, Joe. Surgery went about as smooth as could be, but momma broke down when we first saw him post-op. After we got back to our room he slept for several hours and has been doing much better since then. (He's walking with the nurse and mom right now actually.)

It's about a 2.5-3 hour ride home for us, so we opted to stay overnight just in case.
Glad he is doing well.. probably good idea on the overnight stay
 

quikrick

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Simonds cap. This is a big one! The crown measures 11 1/2" diameter.
 

dkstott

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Wearing my red Gamble and Gunn newsboy for a 3 hour hike deep into a state park.

My wife has started referring to it as my hunting season cap.

She wants me to wear it during my excursions into the woods during hunting season.

The hope is that the red cap might prevent the amateurs from mistaking me as a deer.
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Wearing my red Gamble and Gunn newsboy for a 3 hour hike deep into a state park.

My wife has started referring to it as my hunting season cap.

She wants me to wear it during my excursions into the woods during hunting season.

The hope is that the red cap might prevent the amateurs from mistaking me as a deer.
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I think your wife is a smart woman. The color should get the attention of any hunters out there, and it's surely more comfortable than a polyester hunting/hi-vis vest.
 

Short Balding Guy

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My Saturday "off to work" cap was a Well Dressed Head cap.

Home in the evening I changed to a different Well Dressed Cap.

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I changed to a cap after a morning walkabout this morning. The 47'f (8'c) temps have wearing a wool cap totally comfy. A Cordova Cap was my choice.

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I grilled some breakfast while wearing a Monsavais Cap. This Donegeal wool cap has lots of "action." I have worn it enough that the labeling on the liner has worn completely off. Works great, has a lot of life still remaining and I obviously enjoy wearing it.

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Cheers, Eric -
 

Short Balding Guy

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I have been wearing a Cordova Cap watering some trees in distress this morning. Giving them a big drink of water.

Truth in posting: Since sunrise I have been out in fedoras getting stuff done in the mid-50's f temps. I switched to a cap as the hat brims keep getting knocked about by the tree limbs. Better head gear for these efforts.

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Best to all the cap folks, Eric -
 

dkstott

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I have been wearing a Cordova Cap watering some trees in distress this morning. Giving them a big drink of water.

Truth in posting: Since sunrise I have been out in fedoras getting stuff done in the mid-50's f temps. I switched to a cap as the hat brims keep getting knocked about by the tree limbs. Better head gear for these efforts.

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Best to all the cap folks, Eric -
Love that pattern... ✌️
 

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