Friday, February 26, 2010

along the western slopes of the oregon coastal range . . . come look: the hysterical crashing of tributaries as they merge into the wakonda auga river . . .

flannel shirt - gap, thermal shirt - target, jeans - gap, boots - thrifted

This is definitely not the most exciting boots, but I did want to show off these sweet new boots I got at the thrift store. They're kind of hiking/work boots and they fit awesome. I like how they're a light-ish brown color and the height of them. They're just a little taller than my old red boots that fell apart (I still need to try to glue the soles back on those). Anyways, I feel more like a lumberjack than usual, with the plaid flannel shirt and work boots.

(the title of this post is a quote from ken kesey's sometimes a great notion, one of my favorite books, which just so happens to be about loggers in oregon)

1 comment:

  1. LOVE the boots! So incredibly Swedish of you :)
    I've actually been on the hunt for cheap(er) boots like that for quite some time. No luck though.