I just got the Mano wallet in the Kappi color, and I am very pleased. It does fit 5 cards on the left and three cards in the ID slot, but since i have no cash to put in the notes section, I can't really comment on that. And of course, the sweetest part was to see one of Willydiggers spartans stamped on the front. Had to have it.
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this really nice old dude thats been a leather maker his whole life....only catch is he sells them at the creepiest, & smelliest flea market i know out in the middle of no where right by centralia
it was worth it, he made me a JD wallet :dance2:
-nice old dude tiller knows
to the list
and i dont think i love you guys enough to venture back to that place ever again for any more wallets.....it reeeeeeally smells in that place. not to mention the locals were creepin me out :creepy:they could smell i wasnt a local
The town of Centralia, near Tillah's flea market, does not officially exist anymore.
In 1962, a fire started in an underground coal mine, igniting a huge coal deposit, which has been burning ever since. Brown smoke from burning coal rises from the ground in places around the area, and it has rendered some areas uninhabitable.
The town of Centralia was placed under eminent domain, all the buildings condemned, and the residents compelled to evacuate, because of the potential for the entire town to cave in. The zip code for Centralia was also abolished, meaning that you cannot send or receive a letter from the town.
In spite of this, some people continue to live there, presumably without power or public water. They feel that Centralia is their home, and they're not going anywhere.
The Wikipedia entry is much longer. I forgot about Silent Hill.
It's just that there isn't much in the entire middle of Pennsylvania that gets much notice outside the state. We've got Philly, Hershey, Penn State, Pittsburgh, and coal. That's about it. Most people think of PA as a lot of trees that you drive through or fly over on you way to the beach or New York.