My Saturday started out like any other; sleeping in just a little then eating breakfast before getting ready to head to town to run some errands. It was a brisk October morning so my Carhartt Jacket kept me warm. Once home I decided to plant some flower bulbs in my garden.
First off I love the Dusk Blue color of my Carhartt as it's not quite purple but almost could be. The jacket has a zipper and a button at the top to help keep the collar up and the wind out on colder days.
I planted pheasant eyes, tulips and Iris's in my garden.Connor Prairie. This is a interactive living history area on the northside of Indianapolis with towns and farms based in the 1800's. They had a Morgan's Raid exhibit that I had been wanting to see. (Morgan's Raid was the only civil war battles that took place in Indiana.) And with the leaves being so brightly colored it seemed like a great day to visit.
This jacket has two pocket in front which are great for your hands when you get cold or to keep your keys in. Next we went to a local apple orchard and picked some apples. Ott, E and I both enjoy apple picking in the fall and I of course enjoying baking with apples.
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Big Thanks to Carhartt with providing me with this jacket to review. Please note all thoughts, opinions and pictures of this product are my own.