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Really bittersweet day today. Had a funeral this evening as was pretty bummed all day. Hit some stores to try and cheer myself up. Struck out at 3 of them. 4th store I found a pretty cool LP. Fifth store I found a different kind of LP. The cashmere kind. Really brightened up my day. Best part, it fits. First LP Second LP (crappy low-light cell-phone shot). Better pictures to come tomorrow. This thing feels amazing. Navy blue quilted cashmere vest with plaid cotton...
Today sucked. Then.....BAM!
^^ If that's a M, I think EasyE was looking for one.
I've always been fond of Trailwise's stuff. I have a green mountain parka from them. Really nice. Berkeley had a bunch of cool outdoor makers during the 60's and 70's. Only a couple really made it big.
Anyone interested in proxying any suits or overcoats (3/4 length or full length) in BB4, I'd greatly appreciate it.
Thanks for the info. Wow!. Kicking myself now, but this must have been 3-4 years ago. Haven't seen one since. I've seen a handful of Mr. Leggs, though.
Are these a thing? I saw one once, chuckled at the name and moved on.
I really wish I could figure out how to value art. Seems 100 times harder than clothing.
Owch. That's a painful image to look at. I'm active in a few local preservationist groups and seeing the amount of people who just don't care is quite disappointing. Yeah, we can't keep everything and turn all neighborhoods into museums but why tear down a perfectly good house that was built 100 times better than what is going to replace it? I just don't get it. People with more money than sense, I suppose.In other news, I spoke with the head of the company in person...
For sure. I want to document this place before it's gone. I saw what the company paid for it and honestly if I were single I would have bought the place myself to live in (no way I could get the wife to live there but it just needs a little sprucing up). Nice little house, large shop/garage and the lot is beautiful. Shame it's going to be more medium-density housing by next summer....Pics to come.
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