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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
I love that derby!
Joe T. Garcia's? Good stuff.
1920s Tress & Co. bowler hat. One of my favourtite vintage ties, it's unlined... date unknown.
Nailed it! Excellent fajitas.
Oh, heck yeah! Usually my second stop after the H3 for a chicken fried steak.
Totally ripping off Jonathan ; )
30s Arminto + Bates cafe racer ... who'dathunkit?
Didn’t get a chance to try that place but I was really impressed by all the food I had: Local Market, Velvet Taco, Lockhart Smokehouse, and Joe T’s. I had never been to Fort Worth before, but I’d definitely go back!
side note— a Google search led me to some interesting hat factories in Garland. I really just poked my head in, not a full fledged tour or anything, but it was interesting to glance at. These pics are from the Master Hatters.
Got my new camera yesterday. Trying it out today on my rusty, dusty Knox Twenty
P1000151 by Michael A2012, on Flickr
P1000150 by Michael A2012, on Flickr
Have a great day,
Didn't realize there were more.
Now I'm hungry and I want a new hat.
Uncharacteristically indecisive today, I eventually selected this Woomera for my daily hike.
Smokin' pig in the Frunoliner.
Dobbs "Pseudo Milan". I don't care if it's pseudo, I find it beautiful and perfect for a round of golf when it might rain.
Did you get her number?
Those pics look great. Very nice hat, and enjoy the camera!
Akubra Cattleman today.
Stay safe everyone
My only time wearing this too small for me Resistol Fifteen Gay Prince styled fedora:
And I had to give my new to me Borsalino MGL a spin!
I wore a Stetson Stratoliner during walkabout after lunch and then headed back to work.
Cheers, Eric -