Since I'll be off today..
Looking for Easy Open Jacks of all variety...
Tribal spear helped out in the kitchen last night
Henckles to stick to TOTM since I can this month. It doesn't get a lot of pocket time, but sure likes to whittle on the back patio.
It's gaining some character:
"We got an old tin lantern, and a butcher- knife without any handle" AHF - Mark Twain
Carrying this one with Stonewashed Blue covers today.
I'm still jackin' around!
Traditional Slipjoint Sale Here: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...oints-for-Sale
GEC Sale Here: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/sh...-GECs-for-Sale
My first GEC, and i finally understand what all the fuss is about. I love this thing.
Thanks for looking
I think it's a good thing that emotional scars are invisible because if emotional scars were visible porn would be disgusting. - Doug Benson
These two... Ain't decided yet which one I'll take to work with me today.
As posted earlier, I had the ebony LF&C with me today.
Now that I'm home and the fancy work clothes are put away, I have this old friend in my pocket: Colonial barlow which was rescaled in smooth marigold bone, and the pen blade modified.
About to slip this one in my pocket for the night and a pic of my BF in all his glory
MT = Montana .... the last best place.
Avatar- Chief Joseph
Conner and Cleopatra, my forever friends
The mighty moose rides again.
Seeing pictures of your dogs affects me so deeply, I can't imagine what it must be like to (get to) be with them. The above photograph is stellar in so many ways. I'm so glad you have them.
I'm carrying this little blue Schlieper, a surprise gift that arrived in the mail today:
Anyone recall where they may have seen this knife before?
These 2 today.......the quality of the SAK is the best ive owned....pioneer farmer????......FES