Work and glamour.
Today is the 1st day of the Rest of your Life.
Work and glamour.
Here's 2 pounds worth (just under a pound after smoking) of smoked elk jerky I made yesterday. Two different premade flavors, habanero and bourbon. Today I'll be smoking 2 more pounds of a homemade black pepper jerky.
Thanks guys. The jerky did turn out well. The second batch I did today was a little too peppery for my taste. Still good just not quite what I was shooting for. Luckily we still have a ton of elk in the freezer.
More Warthog adventures. It rode in my pocket while the F2 got most of the work cutting morels. However it did come out for some photo shoots.
That is one fine harvest of Morels lying next to those fine knives !!!
Live each day as if you think it's your last .. one day you'll be right.
I have really enjoyed seeing and reading your post over the last couple of weeks, I was able to take a few brief moments During my Blade Show prep to pop online and read the post. It looks like you have found a lot of Great uses for the warthog.
For me as a knife maker, My greatest reward is seeing someone use my product and enjoy using it. Thank you for sharing that with us and I look forward to seeing what you get into next with your Warthog.
TheAmish1;16082500]I was just kidding about the side effects, I actually knew they were edible, I'd just never tried them as I'm not a fan of chicken and even less a fan of fish, but thanks for your concern[/QUOTE]
You Crack me up sometimes. at least you didn't start hallucinating.
Wow these are all fantastic. I am looking forward to picking up my first one soon, should go along nicely with my fiddleback Hiking Buddy!
On a separate note, where are you guys getting sheaths for Chris' knives? I will be in need of one soon myself...
It's hard to believe that Blade Show kicked off a week ago today. When I got my first look at Chris's table my head started spinning. When it stopped, these were the knives that followed me home:
Amazing Warthog in bolstered Carbon Fiber:
A ultra light commando EDU in Lightning Strike Carbon Fiber:
And finally a group shot showing a Warthog that Chris finished up for my wife just before the show (middle knife) The contours on this knife are to die for:
Congrats on a successful 2016 Blade Show Chris. Can't wait to see what the future will bring !!!
"The organization of materials into shapes useful to man is what separates civilization from chaos". R. Campbell
Prom52, those are both awesome knives from Chris. Good choices. Chris and I have been working on get me an EDU made for a while now, I keep changing my mind about what I want, pictures of new ones doesn't help!
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