Continued from Part I
The following morning we grabbed some coffee and headed to Brittlebank Park to view the exhibits and attractions from this year’s Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE).
Very busy with families and pets. We saw a huge crowd gathering to watch the DockDogs competition. Talk about Trad Spottin’….the guy on the left in the middleground has a Beaufort and Duck boots. Just one of many Barbour wax coats that I was going to see that day. GMP level stuff.
Closer look. You can see my Patagonia Synchilla in the background
One last shot of the couple. He is wearing Persol sunglasses. They probably think I am a freak for following them. I get that alot.
Hunter boots and Labradors.
Patagucci vest, Barbour, Tiffany&Co sunglasses.
At DockDogs, the owner throws a ball and the dog flys through the area to catch it, splashing in a pool of water and seeing how far they can jump.
Better than hanging his head out the window!
I can post those all day! It was fun watching the dogs splashing around. Anyway, back to fashion. Wallabees, Cords, South Carolina motif dog leash.
Field shirt, quilted hunting vest, chinos, driving loafers.
Youngin’ preparing for frat life with his high top socks and Synchilla.
Southern Tide OCBD and Shotgun belt. Blondie with RL hat. Also picked myself up a frocket souvenir for myself.
Shetland sweaters and elbow patches.
Wanna play I Spy? A few Barbours, Persol sunglasses, houndstooth scarf, Ropers
A few Patagonias and a Synchilla, Burberry scarf.
Didn’t know how to take this without looking too creepy. Preppy girls abound in quilt jackets and riding boots.
Grown up Trad Family. Ducks Unlimited frocket, field and quilt jackets, wool sport coat, Beauforts, bucks, Ropers, riding boots. All American kids. Sorry for the overexposure, the clouds were coming in. Or my photography skills are crap. Probably both.
The father commented on my own outfit (was wearing my Barbour Beaufort, Orvis Tattersall, Brooks Brothers Clark fit non-iron chinos in British Khaki, and Bean Moc Boots) and said I looked like I stepped out of a gardening magazine. Haha, thanks?
Crowd gathering to watch the dog retriever demonstration. Tattersall, cords, suede desert boots, cable knit tennis sweater, Red Wing heritage. WTF are you doing? kind of look.
It started to rain as we made our way out, so the Lady and I decided to head back to town and catch an afternoon exhibit from the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary at the Charleston Music Hall.
And later that night, we ate the Lady’s favorite restaurant, Jim n’ Nick’s BBQ on King Street. I had the pulled pork with mash potateerrz and mac n’ cheese with a side of corn bread biscuits.