If any of y'all like Mountain Khakis, Altrec has the Original Mountain pant on sale for roughly $54.00 shipped. I find the cut to be a little generous initially, but after a few washes, they fit just right. Mountain Khakis are a perfect casual winter pant, they are durable, warm and look great with boots.
Awesome WSP Neil Young cover. I was actually at this show, since a few fraternity brothers and I drove to Auburn, AL for the Auburn-Ole Miss game that weekend. This was when Ole Miss was (more)dismal at football, so at some point on Friday night/Saturday morning, we drunkenly decided to drive to Macon, GA for the Panic show. It was well worth it and much more memorable than the football game since Ole Miss ended up losing 17-3.
While I always like an SEC team to be on top of the BCS standings, I'm glad the Ol' Ball Coach was able to dethrone Saban and the Crimson Tide. No team should be as dominant as Alabama has been the past year. This win adds some excitement to the SEC and BCS rankings, and as long as the eventual national championship winner is an SEC team, I'll be satisfied. I'm digging this Spurrier headgear.
I saw this Land Rover while browsing the Orvis website, Orvis had a similar Land Rover Series II available for sale last year, but this year's model will be auctioned off, due to it's rarity. This car clearly has some pedigree, as the list of destinations and expeditions below can attest to.
From the Orvis Website: This extremely rare 1959 Land Rover Series II Model 109 Station Wagon has been fully restored to its original factory condition by Lanny Clark, a man of remarkable reputation in Land Rover circles who devotes himself full-time to the restoration of these timeless vehicles on his farm in Vermont. This is the first year this model was built and it was only built for two years. Land Rover then changed to the IIA to reduce cost, so this model is not only rare, but even more substantial than its successors. Most restorations use aftermarket parts, but this car was fully restored by Clark with original parts, making it an even more rare and practically irreplaceable vehicle. This car is a 10-seater with tropical roof delivered at the factory in 1959 in Solihull, England. It then toured Europe and the British Isles in its early days before coming to Boston through the port in Newark. It was driven to the World's Fair in Seattle in 1962 and then returned via Alaska and Canada. For the next 20 years it was used on a farm in Massachusetts with annual fishing trips to Canada and the Northeast. It was stored in a barn until 2001 when it came to Clark, who recently brought it back to its original splendor. A winch was installed as an extra feature. This car is being auctioned through December 18, 2010. http://www.orvis.com/landrover