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Monthly Archives: July 2010
By jrose | Published: July 28, 2010
Pics from the wife of The Bookworm in West Yellowstone. Looks like a great combo of books, vintage Yellowstone pennants and other ephemera. I managed to score the neonish YS pennant, thanks honey.
By jrose | Published: July 27, 2010
Hat – King Ropes Shirt – Flathead Red Chambray Vest – Patagonia Retro-X Pack – Kelty Swallow Pants – Navy BDUs Belt – Archival Clothing Shoes – Timberland Classic 3-Eye Socks – Rasox
By jrose | Published: July 22, 2010
The handiwork of Scott Roush (apprentice blacksmith, woodworker and photographer), Big Rock Forge knives and tools based in northern Wisconsin.
By jrose | Published: July 21, 2010
Trailer Hi – Airstream 16′ Sport Lo – Scamp 13′ Truck Hi – Fully Restored 1964 Land Rover 109 Safari Wagon Lo – Toyota FJ Chair Hi – Vintage Butterfly Frame with Cowhide Cover Lo – Foldable Butterfly Lantern Hi – Stelton Ship Lamp Lo – Century Double Mantle Axe Hi – Gransfors Bruks Small [...]
By jrose | Published: July 20, 2010
With a focus on titanium framesets, simple drivetrains, unique frame geometry and some insanely large weelset options, Black Sheep Custom Bikes is a high end bike nut’s dream come true. Based in Fort Collins, the shop offers quite a few frame models as well as custom build options and help with build kits. Prices are [...]
By jrose | Published: July 19, 2010
Solid gold from Play it Again Sam.
By jrose | Published: July 14, 2010
From Ace, National, Nelson and Gilmour.
By jrose | Published: July 6, 2010
Last minute change in plans for a fishing trip negates the need for a hotel, so we’ll be packing up the car and heading out to the Platte. Jacket – Patagonia Rain Shadow Headlamp – Lego Chair – Lafuma Maxi Pop’up Camp Chair Shirt - JCrew Gingham Corn – Jiffy Pop Cup – Red Enamel [...]
By jrose | Published: July 1, 2010
We always make an effort to stop into Richard Bickel’s shop when we make it down to Apalachicola. Truly amazing imagery that speaks volumes about the people and the place in which they were captured. If you’re lucky, he’ll be there and you can get some back stories ranging from local fishermen’s tales to his [...]