Last seen some time between a bus ride from Hué to Hanoi and departing from Hanoi one week later. Dark grey, circular, wide, soft, well-loved. Belongs to avid scarf wearer, once the proud owner of an entire wall of scarves, known to some as “that guy who always wears scarves.”
Purchased in December 2008 from a Philadelphia American Apparel for too much money. Has seen many good times, traveled across the country and world. Spent the winter of 2010 in New York trying to make it, received a great deal of accolades from other scarf enthusiasts but eventually returned to Kalamazoo with its owner. Then made its transatlantic debut later that year in London and other European cities, acting as travel blanket, impromptu cover-up and constant accessory. Continued great work and then in 2012 went on a dazzling tour of southeast Asia where it worked as a pillow, a wrap and a handy mask to prevent dust inhalation.
Lost, but not forgotten. Most likely to be seen on a bus tout, now the envy of all his other bus tout friends. Treat it well, sir, it can do great things.