The Grey NATO: Episode 70: Gift Guide 2018
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Episode 70 shows up without a moment to spare for the blessing giving season. Much the same as in past years, the young men plunk down and recommend a couple of their #1 things from the previous year or somewhere in the vicinity – however this time there’s a wind. Jason and James chose to adhere for the most part to things under $100, with a later play for a “use up every last cent” alternative that costs a touch more. So whether you’re purchasing for a TGN-type or need a couple of thoughts to pass along, dive in including sacks to scratch pad, coats to vintage prints, and more.
James showing his Vancouver tones, donning the Halios Seaforth Roldorf Edition.
Next up, a gigantic gratitude to all who went to the first historically speaking TGN meetup! It was extraordinary to take a brisk break from the hurrying around of HODINKEE 10 to lift a glass with a couple of you at The Half Pint. The folks had an awesome time and desire to have the option to accomplish more meetups later on. Stay tuned on that front. To close, Final Notes comes in evident design with Conrad Anker’s Desert Island Disks and a choice of absolute necessities from an honor winning travel essayist. Much obliged such a great amount for tuning in, simply press play.
Jason has been evaluating Tusenö’s new Blackwater.
HODINKEE 10 Panels Online
Halios Seaforth Roldorf Edition
Jason’s Doxa T-Graph
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Fjallraven Totebag #1
Field Notes Subscription
Onlooker Collection Papa Passport Wallet
An Old Lens + An Adapter
Alps & Meters Alpine Winter Collar
Packable Puffy Jacket ( model 1 ) ( model 2 )
Advertisement Patina Prints
Jaybird X3 Earbuds
Bose Quiet Comfort II Headphones
Away Carry-On Suitcase
The fake watch prices Thoroughly Revised
Conrad Anker’s Desert Island Disks
What An Award-Winning Travel Writer Likes to Keep in His Pack