The Vagabond Milliner

Samuel Puddle was an exceptional milliner (in his own mind at least) and derided the tommyrot of an existence tied to a desk or a shop. He would travel through the territories of Peevish Swale and the Hiccuboro and Iron Pot Valleys plying his trade of worn headwear.  Some would say these were actually “re-purposed” from rummage yards and employed his somewhat questionable trade in headwear repair as well. As his operation was a traveling venue, wagons were a luxury not afforded and he would often store his wares atop his head. It would have worked fine if nature hadn’t graced his walk with a bobbing motion. Which caused hats topping every few steps and much frustration on his part…

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