Thursday, July 10, 2014

Garden Wear

I like hats. If you are a follower of this blog you know this. I like new hats. I like hats that show a bit of age. At a vintage clothing store, I'm game for all kinds of headwear. Well, I like to try them on and make stupid faces. Here, up at the garden, is my latest fashion foray to fight the sun while working the weeds. I can't recall where it came from. I think it might have been something J- picked up along the way in HS, or perhaps a item pulled from some seventh grader to wear on a Halloween version of a Friday morning in-house TV show that I've been affiliated with over the last 20 hers or so.
LockerTalk? 
Do you really want to know?
Maybe someday...
For now, it'll suffice as garden wear. 

18 comments:

  1. The hat is in great shape and love the band of color on it. We need to see a photo of you wearing it!

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  2. do please link in to good fences with this! :)

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  3. Nice looking chapeau you have there.

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  4. nice hat and your garden looks pretty lush!

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  5. I can see you doing your gardening in that beauty Birdman :)

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  6. I'd say that's perfect for working in the garden.

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  7. Looks like a perfect choice for keeping your head cool in the garden.

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  8. With a fine straw hat like that you should be climbing onto your old John Deere tractor to do a bit of cultivating. HS? You have had that hat since HS? Wow it has been lightly used over the years. Yes, I like hats also, especially old ones.

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    1. Justin's HS not mine. hahahahahaha

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  9. Yep, the only hat I ever owned got turned into part of a gangster costume. Never wore it again. :-)

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  10. I'm sure you look very dapper wearing it. Not that we'll ever see you (says who???!!!)

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  11. Good hats make good farmers...(sorry, Mr. Frost.)

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  12. Great hat! I hate to admit, but I only recently discovered that a straw hat really does keep you shaded and cool. . .

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  13. Very fine hat, Birdman. I am a hat guy, too. Usually straw Panama hats, but an occasional baseball/golf hat or Tilley hat when I am hiking.

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  14. A nice perch for a hat. I like hats- but my oversized head can be hard to shop for!

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  15. Hats to shade the summer sun in the garden, what could be better than that?

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