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For about three days now it's been brilliant sunshine and warm, up to 22c :D Remember also that up near the roof of the world it stays light now...
@Fodderwing You are fortunate indeed, an idyll :cool:
The Ettrick is an inexpensive and handy Traditional
All good stuff Dave my friend :thumbsup:
But those Spears....:D That's a real tonic for Charlie or anybody:cool:
@Fodderwing Sensational example Dwight:cool:
But I also notice the beautiful setting, is it parkland or your manor? Fine treescape:)
Pre dye shot, see what I can do about a post one once the patina gets a grip :D:cool:
A favourite working-class knife, Micarta Red. "The Worker's Flag is Deepest Red" :D;)
The first run of Dixie Stockman in 2014 had shields on the Stag knives, it also had better looking Stag than the latest run from 2018...If I could...
Well, week-end is long gone and far-off so it's week-day again;)
Here, GEC 13 Clerk in Muslin Mic.
I fancy that one :cool::thumbsup:
Great idea to have two-tone Micarta, it's a Shadow but gives the illusion of a bolster:cool: Too radical for...
Master Spear :cool:
Yes, these are good slicers for sure and I always like that.
I tea dyed mine a couple of times and it's darker especially at the edges that were...
Contemporary examples, but CASE still can do good bone :)
Alderman Ptolemy Tortoise from Jeremy Fisher? Big Beatrix Potter fan here also Kenneth Graeme's Wind in the Willows. Potter was a remarkable...
See my post No.20 ;)
The Lambfoot bladed version is the only one I have real interest in, those 'Ramsfoot' are just Sheepfoots and I'm not at all...
@wlfryjr It's grand that you are able to talk to him Lyle, many of us would like to be able to but that would be too much of an imposition for...
Monstrous temptation :cool::D:thumbsup:
Extremely difficult if not nigh impossible to predict. Some patterns GEC have not re-issued for a long while, there could be a myriad of reasons:...