Oh man, what is that canvas n leather strap backpack???
photos of products do me no good without at least hints of where to purchase the products.Thanks,
this post is exactly why your blog is one of my all-time favorites.
great collection of images.
happy fall! rode my scooter out to my old university town an hour and a half north of Toronto and the tree's were already starting to turn.
And the Engineer waxed/ oilcloth jacket! Man.
The Country Ham Biscuit at Egg is my favorite! Psyched that you put it on there. I do have to confess that sometimes I get hashbrowns instead of the grits (even though i love them).
My father has one of those duffle bags...an ancient faded navy blue one with the green stripes and leather handles. It looks far more weather beaten than the ones in the picture, but it is undoubtedly the same.Any idea who made/makes those?
tosh, those are old LL Bean duffles. Highly sought after. Get your hands on it if you can.
Any source on the jacket in the image above the fisherman? Is it a Filson "cruiser" jacket?
is indeed Filson. Source: an old Reference Library post...http://referencelibrary.blogspot.com/2007/11/best-vintage-filson-tin-cruiser-work.htmlGreat site. A daily read.
What is the jacket above the Save Khaki khakis?
@Michael, thats Filson, Oil Finish Cover Cloth Foul Weather Coat. http://www.filson.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2092336&cp=2065674.2065685.2065690&view=all&parentPage=familythanks for visiting Secret Forts.
Wonderful post. Would you mind sharing who makes the tan backpack with the straps? Thank you! Will
Will,It's a S2W8 sunforger "Lewis & Clark" pack. It's availability in the states, I don't know. it can be ordered through Nepenthes I believe. Thanks for visiting Secret Forts.
I feel like I should know this one but: what are the boots three-quarters of the way through? As always, great post, great site.
@Michael, Nike Hikers.
There must be something in the air. I pulled out my postcard of Wyeth's "Road to Friendship" just last week. I used to live about 20 miles from there, and this watercolor always evokes very complicated memories for me, particularly in late autumn, which tends to be wet and cold in Maine, and can be utterly miserable if you're not prepared one way or another.
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