or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Nicholas Templeman: A Bespoke Shoemaker
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Nicholas Templeman: A Bespoke Shoemaker - Page 8

post #106 of 371
The shoes look wonderful. Didn't realize you were in NYC, I'll have to schedule something next year when you come back!
post #107 of 371

Thanks, sorry to miss you when I was in NYC. I'll be back in around 6 months - if you want to, please feel free to flick over your email address I'll gladly add you to the mailing list.

post #108 of 371
Oh no you didn't, San Francisco



Been out looking for one in action, no joy. Closest so far has been a guy on Market Street with a stuffed rabbit toy on a leash. He atarted asking for payment when I took my phone out so I couldn't get a picture, sadly.
post #109 of 371
Quote:
Originally Posted by ntempleman View Post

Oh no you didn't, San Francisco



Been out looking for one in action, no joy. Closest so far has been a guy on Market Street with a stuffed rabbit toy on a leash. He atarted asking for payment when I took my phone out so I couldn't get a picture, sadly.

There's usually a guy with a monkey riding a dog around union square.
post #110 of 371
Quote:
Originally Posted by chogall View Post


There's usually a guy with a monkey riding a dog around union square.


I don't think I'm ever going to leave.

post #111 of 371
Quote:
Originally Posted by jerrybrowne View Post

Pile of turds in the corner of the room?

Middle of the room. Cos she's the boss.
post #112 of 371
Finally made it home after a few hours delay getting out of SFO, what a great trip though. I saw some beautiful new places, met some great new people and gained whole lot of weight. I must thank everyone who made it out to see me, and made my journey across America as special as it was. I couldn't have asked for a better maiden voyage to be honest.

Already looking forward to coming back next spring, but first I've got a whole heap of lasts to get through so no chance of a day off for me tomorrow!
post #113 of 371
Quote:
Originally Posted by ntempleman View Post

.......so no chance of a day off for me tomorrow!

You better take the day off tomorrow, as you probably will be dreadfully jet-legged! biggrin.gif
post #114 of 371
Quote:
Originally Posted by ntempleman View Post

Finally made it home after a few hours delay getting out of SFO, what a great trip though. I saw some beautiful new places, met some great new people and gained whole lot of weight. I must thank everyone who made it out to see me, and made my journey across America as special as it was. I couldn't have asked for a better maiden voyage to be honest.

Already looking forward to coming back next spring, but first I've got a whole heap of lasts to get through so no chance of a day off for me tomorrow!


I really enjoyed meeting you, Nicholas. It was educational and fascinating to talk with you for the hour. I'm looking forward to my last and to the shoes you build off it. I'm glad you made it safely home!

post #115 of 371
Great to meet you too, the pleasure was all mine. I hope your half marathon went smoothly, I'll have to make sure I pack some running shoes for next autumn.
post #116 of 371
Ho Ho Ho!

post #117 of 371
Nollaig chridheil 2015 from the Highlands of Central Oregon

Slainte mhor!

post #118 of 371
Quote:
Originally Posted by ntempleman View Post

Ho Ho Ho!



The booze, the booze........an occupational hazard and.the short-cut to ruin for more than one talented shoemaker.
post #119 of 371

Damn, I missed this thread and your trip to NYC :brick:

 

Please come back soon!

post #120 of 371
Quote:
Originally Posted by bengal-stripe View Post

the short-cut to ruin for more than one talented shoemaker.

I should be fine then!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Nicholas Templeman: A Bespoke Shoemaker