Monday, August 13, 2018

Barbour + Tattersall + Gulls + Rain

Photos by Salt Water New England



13 comments:

  1. It's a bit early for Barbour's, even in Britain. I'm just thinking about re-waxing mine.

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    1. Its the thought that counts,
      that triggers the action of preparing for the season-
      thank you for the heads up!

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  2. ...... .... "These are just four of my fav-o-rite things!"

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  3. My Barbour border jacket is in the shop now being re-waxed. I very much am looking forward to autumn days here in Virginia to warrant wearing Barbour and Lock again.

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  4. Beagling in Virginia starts in October! That's when I'll brake out my Barbour jacket! Tally Ho!

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  5. Agree with the first poster. Low 90's currently where I am in Chicago, and high to mid-80's where I'll be in Martha's Vineyard this weekend and next week. Let's not wish summer to end too quickly.

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    1. THIS gives me hope, the of coming change.

      Living in the desert not jaunting off to escape-daily it is over 90 degrees in the shade this "summer"
      your perception is your reality- sho' ain't mine.

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    2. Your response brings me back to my prep days of studying Latin under the careful eye of my ever watchful teachers. From Seneca: "True happiness is... to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future."

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    3. And for those of you in the area, do drop by the Ag Fair this weekend. It's a family tradition of mine and such a wonderful event to end the summer.... https://www.facebook.com/mvasfair/

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  6. I know I'm in the minority, but I'm also ready for fall. I live in New England, and it's been hot here this summer. I prefer cooler to cold temps....that's another reason I live where I do. Bring it on.

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  7. Ready for fall and Barbour season!

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  8. Love their jackets. I purchased a vest that doubles as a zip-in liner for my Beaufort and wore it most of the winter in the mid-Atlantic. A little steamy for waxed cotton currently...

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  9. Fall is my favorite season! We just returned from Scotland where they have experienced unusual warmth this summer and I had been looking forward to moderate Scotland temps! Like many here, I am looking forward to Barbour and tattersall. cheers!

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