And more. Some sell for up to a million. But when you consider a really good weaver can only make 4 or 5 hats a year, you can see why the softest, finest Panama hats can sell for so much.
I came away with one tho--didn't quite pay that much, but it's a cutie. Bob tried one on just long enough for a picture then wouldn't buy it. Says he wouldn't wear it. But I think it makes him one cute Chicago boy, don't you?
Former TravelPod Member: bobnkaren
Joined: October 21st, 2009From: lives in Kalispell,Montana,United StatesFavorite Movie: Power of One, Mama Mia, My Cousin VinnyFavorite Music: light classical, oldiesHobbies: travel, people, golf, fly fishing, scrapbooking, sewing, quiltingLanguages: English, some spanishBucket List: Still deciding...Profession: retiredAmazing Event: Standing on the viewing platform at Iguazu Falls, watching that crashing water barrelling over the edge literally at our feet--spray's everywhere.Description: fun, adventu... full info