Wandering Wanderer.

Maine.

Never tell the truth to people who are not worthy of it.

—Mark Twain (via amortizing)

(via land-ethic)

In September the first cool nights came, then the days were cool and the leaves on the trees in the park began to turn color and we knew the summer was gone.

—Ernest Hemingway (via girlinlondon)

saltandsteel:

iannorrisdaily:

I am not a rich man, at least, not in the way a lot people rate wealth, and I cannot throw a whole bunch of money at companies that produce product that I adore.  

I can however make small contributions and take pretty decent photographs of the products I do purchase when they arrive.

I recently made my second purchase from saltandsteel, the first was the Captains Ice Chest, the second was their coffee mug, and once again I have been blessed with a wonderful product from wonderful people.

Salt & Steel predominately produce items and clothing for the great adventurers out there, the people that are discovering the void and making their own way on this beautiful Earth.  That being said, their products are also perfect for those of us that spend cold Autumn and Winter days and nights in the workshop developing new leather products, hashing out car and motorcycle engines, or what ever it may be that keeps the light inside of us burning.

Many of you have likely visited their site at some point, but some of you may not.  Go ahead, treat yourself to a fresh cup of coffee from their Cafe Mug, warm your head with one their cozy beanies, or just decorate your life with a bunch of their stickers.

Pay them a visit, you won’t regret it.

Salt & Steel : Ian Norris

Posts like this make running a business totally worth the stress and sleepless nights. Thanks Ian for sharing and being part of the Salt & Steel Story. We hope you enjoy many more cups of coffee in the future. Keep loving live.