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Crocus are up, plum trees turning pink, perris are blooming, daffodils all yellow, everything's got new buds, and it's way early.
Never owned much more than a canoe, but I've had a few of those. I do ride these boats every now and then:
And I spend a lot of time on...
Personally I'm not a fan of file worked springs. Back when I was working and making springs I learned that any marks on a spring, even a small...
Yes; I have all the cutoffs from my fence building last summer still in the woodpile. Along with trimming from the trees in the yard and some of...
Buy a used copy of David Boye's book and that shows how to do it. Step by Step Knifemaking.
Not a pattern I carry often, this Western Trapper found it's way into my pocket this morning:
Yesterday it rained again; well, actually it's been raining off and on since Christmas. Today is the first day this year without rain. Yesterday...
Thank you for posting this. Is the show always at this time of year? I'd like to attend some day.
Rub some oil on the dark areas, let it soak into the compound, and then wash with soap and hot water and I'll bet most of it will lift out.
David Boye has been using cobalt for decades and that makes a good knife.
Yes, that's the three blade configuration as I stated, it's the same, no matter what the blade type. Your point is?
Well it's rained every day since Christmas, and everything is green, even the concrete. But all the perennials are breaking ground. Tulips are up,...
It's THE show to see stuff.
I'm guessing he won't have to make any more apologies to China.
Those are Hen & Rooster. Fight'n Rooster as a brand is long dead and gone.
I think the confusion is in that many consider the shape of a knife to be the pattern. That's not true. Whittlers for example can be found in many...
I'll stick my neck out and say that a 500 knife order (like the last couple years) should be enough to get Case to make a run. They've done that...