What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.

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  2. Sexy Rexy

    Sexy Rexy Familiar Face

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  3. steur

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    Thanks, Perry.

    Bringing out the big guns I see. That ribbon on the pacesetter is a real eyecatcher.

    Well dressed and well hatted as usual, Reggie!

    Thanks, Michael. It should be , but we fear a new ice-age may be coming. Not all that uncommon though: the 15th of May marks the end of the Ice Saints period, traditionally preceeded by a colder spell of weather. Well, we certainly had that!

    The Idorsca looks stunning as always.
    You can think of your own superlatives!:)
     
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    Blare I'll Lock Up

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    thanks Stefan. It was definitely what caught mine.
     
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    fabiovenhorst One Too Many

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  7. Michael A

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    Great outfit and super great color combo in that Whippet. Looking good, Reggie.

    The new Gannon looks fantastic, Jim.

    Thanks Stefan. It's been a few days since the Idorsca had some sunshine. Took it out shopping yesterday. It also proved useful in keeping the gnats off of my heat, though I think it disturbed the hummingbirds for some reason. We've been having somewhat unseasonably cool weather lately, and unseasonably dry, which is somewhat worrying. But it seems like the forecaster is saying spring is set to arrive now.

    Fantastic look, Fabio. That coat is almost making me wish for cooler weather. Ha ha.

    Michael
     
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    1967Cougar390 Practically Family

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    Bluegrass Stylemaster with a diamond crease for today.

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    Have a safe and blessed weekend.

    Steven
     
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    Beaver Brand American Legend series pecan homburg with a two ply ribbon. Been a long time since this has been out of the box. Steamed out a couple wrinkles this morning.

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    DaveProc My Mail is Forwarded Here

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  13. Mm25

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    Great proportions on that! I have a few of their homburgs, but mine are more traditional.
     
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    To celebrate the end of a crazy week, Patty and I took her dad hiking. Fort Hoskings was established in 1854 to oversee the Grande Rhonde Indian Reservation. 200-300 soldiers were posted at this remote (at the time) location in Kings Valley. What I would consider a "Strenuous" hike, only for a couple of miles though. This old fat man does not climb hills so well anymore, 300 ft elevation gain was enough. Got to get in shape for hiking in Hawaii over Christmas Vacation! I didn't break tradition by wearing a straw hat, I will wait until tomorrow! Late 1950s Stetson Royal Deluxe light weight kept me honest. We had a great time, I'll suffer later I'm afraid...

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    Great shirt, Mike.
     
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    Resistol San Antonio for a morning puppy stroll.

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    Lunch with some coworkers in a Wormser.

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    Off to a farewell party for one of my govt bosses at a local brewpub and then dinner with my wife under a Stetson Musketeer.

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    Dlaniger Call Me a Cab

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    Thanks Reggie. It's fun finding what works.
     

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