Buy the Hat that Winks at You

July 15, 2016

David’s favorite phrase for helping a hat customer was, “Buy the hat that winks at you.” Why such simple advice? Why not use the drawings on the Internet that compare face shapes with hat shapes?

David believed that you look best in a hat that you like, regardless of how it fits proportionally. We have many customers that come into our store wanting the Adventurer. And why not? With the Indy Bash it has a style of its own. Your head might be considered “too small” for a hat with such a wide brim and tall crown, but if you feel good wearing it, you will radiate that feeling. It becomes a part of you. You do not become a part of the hat.

We also have people with large heads who want to wear the stingy-brimmed Hampton. It gives the modern look that many younger men (and women) enjoy.

If you are looking for a hat that fits proportionally to your head size and face shape, by all means use the drawings online. A well-proportioned hat looks fantastic, and will complement what you wear. But if you are magically drawn to a hat, go ahead and wear it, regardless of its proportions.


Akubra Hats

Panama Hats

Time for a Summer Hat

May 20, 2016

With summer just around the corner, you may want to consider getting a lighter hat than your regular, Akubra fur felt.

Our Darwin Panama is a big seller. It is different from other straw hats, as it has the Aussie style brim that drops in the front and back. The kangaroo leather band is braided here at David Morgan. There is no other straw hat like it.

The Beauty of Spring

April 15, 2016

Spring has arrived in Bothell and the flowers are blossoming everywhere you look. Here is just a small sample of the amazing sights available on a small walk around David Morgan.






Forced to spend night in the bush with only apple and Akubra

April 1, 2016

Australia’s former deputy prime minister, Tim Fischer took a hike on Mount Jack, Victoria, Australia. He underestimated the time and realized that he would be forced to spend the night in bushland near Dederang.

“One Akubra hat, one AA code coat and one apple from Stanley kept me going all night,” he said.


That Cattleman looks like it’s held up over the years!

Read the full story here.


Akubra Cattlemans

It’s Straw Hat Season

March 4, 2016

With spring arriving in many parts of the country, it’s time to bring out your straw hat made of either toquilla fiber or hemp. We’ve got a new style this year from Akubra. It’s also made of hemp, like our Range and Planter, but it’s got a finer weave, which gives it a more refined look.




Panama Hats

Hemp Hats

Cornell Lab Bird Cams

February 12, 2016

David Morgan has recently begun to advertise on the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. This is a wonderful site that features live cameras at nesting and feeding sites throughout the US and Canada.

The Ornithology Lab has plenty of information for anyone interested in birds and birding. They are always looking for participants, so get involved if you’re interested!

Here is a link to the site.

One Yard at a Time

January 15, 2016

A gentleman recently came in to the store to by Ruf Duck overalls. This isn’t unusual until he told us he was using it for pouring concrete. Portland Cement, which is one of the ingredients for concrete is very alkaline, which can burn the skin. When it gets wet, it gives off heat and can cause skin burns.

In honor of those who pour concrete, we offer this tune, “One Yard at a Time” by The Good Luck Thrift Store Outfit.


Ruf Duck


Remodeling our Store

November 25, 2015

We recently replaced our carpet and had our walls painted. It was quite the chore to move everything out of the store. David and Dorothy have collected many unique items over the years that give our store a unique look.

Here are a few photos during and after the remodel.