MACKINAW MEMORIES: My Borrowed Mack Cruiser Morning By Cheryl A. Raywood
Adirondack end of summer mornings can be cold and damp, especially before 10 am., so borrowing my daughter’s Macinaw was a necessity. Moving back and forth between the creek bank and the small barn to relocate her woodpile where it would be safe from spring flooding, it kept me comfortably warm as well as dry. This jacket, now 25 years old had seen college hiking trips, great camp tours, and winter naps in front of the wood stove. The task was done; I brushed off the still handsome jacket and headed off to the farmers’ market looking great. Someday, I need to get me one of these!
Share your own memories about your Filson Mackinaw Cruiser. We want to hear who wore it, where it’s been and how it performed for you. You can include photos or not. If you just want to send a photo, that’s OK, too. We will go through all the stories and select the best. The winner will receive a free new Mackinaw Cruiser. Click here to enter.