Saturday, November 23, 2013


Here we are in the midst of a temporary and all too short reprieve for North American turkeys.  Somewhere on the calendar between Canadian and US Thanksgiving.

That certainly doesn't mean that there is nothing to be thankful for, far from it.

Bob (yes that Bob) took up the production of a modest, little, and oh so exclusive, clothing line.  The production run was microscopic by normal fashion industry standards.
What the garments lack in runway finesse, they more than make up for in the exquisite and refined beauty of the micro-limited-edition artwork.  I may have to keep mine under lock and key.

Hopefully Karen, or Steve or Bob may one day put one up in a Sotheby's auction and the rest of us (or our lucky estates) will be able to watch the price get driven to stratospheric levels.  But not me... I'm holding on to mine.

Let us all give thanks to Bob.

Thanks Bob!



Steve Williams said...

My shirt has been tucked away for safety though I have to say my first inclination was to wear it. But now you have me thinking that I should put it in the safe deposit box along with my skull and crossbones limited edition patch.

Thanks so much to you and Bob for making it possible!

Coop a.k.a. Coopdway said...

Precious and few jewels....

Yes, thanks Bob!

David Masse said...

A little bling is nice... on girls... twinkle, twinkle, little star ;)

David Masse said...

Steve, the whole experience was truly, truly, a pleasure. You and Paul were perfect hosts. It was a real treat to have been Bloggers in the Sticks.

Trobairitz said...

That is way cool. That Bob is so kind and thoughtful. And creative too.

David Masse said...

Bob is amazing, there is no doubt about that.

len@RE-GLAZE-IT said...

Hi David ,

What a great creation ..... Bob is a top dog!
We should all bless the Internet .... Without it we would have never of founded these great friendships, who share the same kind of passions.

Kindest regards LEN

David Masse said...

Len, bob posted "the making of" story of the T-shirt on his blog

Unknown said...


I pondered for a while and thought that instead of a comment here I would turn it into a blog post.

thank you to all, it feels nice to be appreciated and YES, thank goodness for the internet for bringing us all together

Riding the Wet Coast

David Masse said...

Nice post Bob, and nice work, as always.

I am a complete neophyte when it comes to manipulating digital images and video. Maybe I'll do a little dabbling over the holidays.

I really like that you're revisiting older posts from new angles. I got lost for an hour or so in the posts you and Dom and others put up on the trip along the Go-to-the-sun road in Montana. Wow!

len@RE-GLAZE-IT said...

David I will check out bobs " making of " post
Regards LEN

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