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http://vanishingnewyork.blogspot.com/This is a good blog tracking hyper-gentrification. It will sadden you....
This is a fantastic horsehide jacket from Lost Worlds that is languishing in my closet. Size 40 in four+ oz. heavy black horsehide in a classic design. I the think the Suburban is Lost Worlds' best-looking model. Topnotch hardware, heavyweight black nylon satin lining. The jacket is essentially new, and is not broken in yet! I think these are approaching $1200 now...A badass jacket at a big discount! * More pix available upon request
No, it would just be this single trip. And Montana is the destination. I think we've halved the estimate by looking around (and are approaching the 'doable' range). Sounds like we'll need to refuel. Still would love to hear any and all suggestions or recommendations.
Air down here (downtown) quite smoky - fire/explosion/bldg collapse 2nd & St Marks....
All info appreciated - TY
Glad we cleared that up! Now what information do you have?
Small-timer status reveal: looking to keep it @ 35K (or less!). As I mentioned, my dad has health issues (fraility, parkinsons' shuffle, greatly reduced mobility, general weakness). Goal is to avoid dragging him through the trials & tribulations of modern day commercial air travel & reduce flying time and connection hassles (i.e. direct flight)
We are considering chartering a plane for an upcoming trip out west due to my dad's current health and mobility issues. Does anyone have experience or recommendations? This would be a round trip from NYC area to Missoula, MT (1 week). The one service my father looked into was prohibitively expensive - part of the problem was that the quote included downtime in Montana for the entire 7 days (i.e. the plane waits for you. Objective is reputable service that will not...
Comfort is paramount when considering neckwear!
Yes, think Jets vs. Sharks.If the poor kid was minding his own business and not weirdly flaunting the knife this seems pretty arbitrary - you see loads of guys (albeit, mostly construction worker-types) on the subway w/ a visible clip that you know is attached to a (non-visible) knife; and I bet many exceed the whatever-it-is size limit (3" blade?). My theory is that cops don't bother them (as long as they're minding their own business) out of a kind of blue-collar...
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