A guy has two goats a decade ago and I can’t ever live it downThink 'H is ignoring me, BMR?
Dying laughing!!! Wait til I wipe my eyes. Glad you didn't disappoint me, 'H.A guy has two goats a decade ago and I can’t ever live it down
Those two little old goats made the kids grin but they were a handful to keep penned up. Thankfully we’ve been goat free for a long long time. There are several kids in our valley who raise and show goats. They sure enjoy it. But that goat smell will curdle your milk.
Faster horses the Scotch Cap is a taller round cap the stormy Kromer is more of a Railroader cap with the laces in the front. I had a Stormy Kromer type cap that the ear flaps were long enough to cover the ears. I got a new one and it only covered about half my ears.I could not figure out what a Stormy Kormer hat was, so I looked it up.
We call them Scotch Caps and we wear them when it's cold too. "Normal changes every 50 miles."
Had a friend visit from Texas, originally from Montana, a few years ago. He went to the store in town and bought himself and several friends these hats. This year in Texas, they were glad to have them!!
Hot days in late May or June in the evening I drive up the Burnt River canyon and kill rattle snakes on the road. Deer and elk I hike all over the hills hunting them. When it comes to rattle snakes I am strictly a road hunter.@webfoot Yes, where you live is prime rattlesnake country. I once worked with a guy that made money milking the rattlesnakes that live in the rocks along the Powder River in those rocky turns before Richland. I had a rattlesnake hatband with an elkhorn tip clip for my homemade leather hat back in the 1980s. It came from a snake I killed when I was working up the Snake River from Farewell Bend. One of the hands had his wife skin and cook it. It wasn't my favorite meat and no it didn't taste like chicken. Better than Muskrat, but that isn't saying much. Thought I would add that since this thread is about hats hahaha! I hate snakes!!!