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Ghost of Christmas past- Thanks to kamagong for bringing this to our attention.
Fond scout memories? Thanks to Raymond1000 for bringing this one to our attention
Indian stick fighting? Thanks to Raymond1000 for bringing this one to our attention
Slippies in emergencies? Thanks to Raymond1000 for bringing this one to our attention
Opinel Vengeance - Thanks to curdog for bringing this one to our attention.
Mr. Van and the broomstick - Thanks to Raymond1000 for bringing this one to our attention
Don't over burden yourself.
An old scout knife and the girl.
The old man and the Kaiser roll.
My God! I think I'm there!
Another good breakfast club.
A new companion.
What a long strange trip...
Care and feeding of peanuts.
Pocket knife from "before time."
The question of loyalty.
The peanut and the VW, an understanding.
The Opinel turkey butcher.
A bullet, barlow, and a begining.
How time flies!
The lesson of the cut.
What made you pick a pattern?
Granddads old knife.
Afternoon on a lake.
The Captain's knife.
The bushwacker ham slicer.
My second favorite knife.
Gift from a stranger.
The cigar seller and the lobster pen.
The old mans tools
The adventures of Walter.
The pen knife. A rose by any other name.
Things that work.
The cheap keychain knife.
A fathers loan.
Means to an end
The Reverend Harding's pen knife surgery
The fish tail knife.
Pattadese for two and a half days.
Alvin Bransons fish tail knife
Made in Japan
November 2013 (with thanks to fx17 for the heads up)
There and back again, a peanut's tail.
To Make A Fire
Rite of initiation
The Sardinian connection
The old man and the friction folder
The magnolia tree and deja vu.
The escape of Sam McGee.
Snow bound scout knife
The little girl's knife
Putting old ghosts to rest
Trapper Bill's Lost Trapper
The Young mans penknife.
A Little Nut in Texas
The valued pocket knife
A gift from a friend
It's too big
An old man's thin blade Ch 1
The old man's thin bladed knife Ch 2
Mr. Van's war story
My second favorite pocket knife