I lost my wallet on Father’s Day. I 100% blame it on going to a little too hard and ignoring the age-old adage, “don’t put anything on the roof of your car that you’re not willing to lose”. I somehow got my phone back in the car, but the wallet (and my vaccine card!) are gone. I held out hope for a week or two that maybe a good samaritan would drop it in a mailbox, but that didn’t happen.
I went back to the source, Rider Boot, a local leather guy(??) here in RVA. I traded some emails with Ron, commiserated over the loss, and talked through a replacement. It’s not 100% the same, but damn if he doesn’t make nice stuff.
I’ve already promised myself to never ever ever ever ever ever put my wallet on the roof of my car again.
The process of cutting the stencils and painting “Bob and the Mighty Wurlitzer” featuring the Wurlitzer Organ and house organist Bob Gulledge of The Byrd Theater in Richmond, Virginia. Several copies of this painting will be auctioned off to support restoration of the house organ.
This is 100% the kind of Richmond thing that I would proudly hang a print of in my house. Nils is really good.