Archive for August 2nd, 2019

c.1Florence and her Machine may say that “Dog Days are Over” – but, in reality, with the start of August, they are just beginning.  And I say:  bring them on!

I love that point in the summer – usually at the start of August – when summer is in full swing.  The novelty of warm weather and all the summer traditions have worn off and you can just lay back and enjoy the balance of the all too short season.

In addition to loving the Dog Days of Summer, I love dogs, and also use this time of year to pay tribute to all the great pups I have been fortunate to know in my life.  Since all dogs go to heaven, I pay special tribute to all those furry angels looking down upon us – like these little dude, Gussy and Tru who are romping in Heaven with their brothers Oscar and Harry and sweet little sister Boo.

So let’s raise a glass of perfect summer iced tea to these glorious days and to man’s best friend.

Cheers!

Tru.2012

FF: The Range Bag from Dark’s Designs in Leather

Stop the presses! My long search for the perfect work bag may be over now that I found the Range Bag from the fine folks at Dark’s Designs in Leather.

About the Range Bag from Dark’s Designs in Leather:

“A gentleman’s classic for field and range, plus this leather satchel design has shotgun shell details. Polished brass hardware on strap and buckles. Unlined interior and raw edges.”

Find the Range Bag from Dark’s Designs in Leather here.

Visit Dark’s Designs in Leather online here.

FF: The Arlington Rucksack from Lost Property of London

Wait a second, maybe it’s the Arlington Rucksack from the fine folks at Lost Property of London that really has my name on it.

About the Arlington Rucksack from Lost Property of London:

“No nylon. No polyester. No half measures. This is no ordinary rucksack. Designed to blend with your style, and stand out from the pack. Hand crafted from sustainably sourced vegetable tanned leather. Constructed for comfort and durability. If you’re going to carry in the city, carry well.”

Find the Arlington Rucksack from Lost Property of London here.

Visit Lost Property of London online here.