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This T.S. Eliot quote has stayed with me most of my life:
We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive...
It’s a beautiful knife. I really like the look of the horn handles! Thanks for the info.
I hadn’t heard of Roland Dorgelès. I’ll see if he is...
This book, and Barthas‘ “Poilu” should be required reading for high school history everywhere.
I like the knife in your photo, could you tell us...
For me, if 2 knives are in a dead heat with one another, the slimmer/lighter/smaller one wins. I love my 66s (but I also love my 35 pattern Drover).
Bwahahaha!! :D:cool: Good one!:thumbsup:
If you still have pitting, the red-rust kind, you can often use a bamboo skewer to remove the red rust. Either dry, or with oil.
It sounds like Mr. Buchanan and Mr. Van might have had a lot in common. Thanks for sharing and preserving the memory of Mr. B!
The punch version looks interesting. I like having a punch option.
Congratulations on the launch of your new label, Charlie! You knocked it outta the ballpark with the Real Lamb Foot!! Each is stunning. I’ve...
That will make great wallpaper for my computer!
That label is a classic! So good to have you back and posting again!!:thumbsup::cool:
Congratulations Charlie! This is fantastic news. Hope you continue improving faster than the doctors predict!:thumbsup:
So happy you’re on the mend, Charlie! Your post made my day!! Thanks for the update.
Oh no! Prayers for a swift and complete recovery.
In for 1 knife. Thanks.
Any of the above sound great to me!
Knife with no End Cap = Barehead
Knife with no End Cap and no Bolster = Shadow
The Bolster is on the pivot end of the knife and strengthens the...
Brett—Glad you stopped by! I hope that all is well with you and your family. I miss seeing your posts/pics.
I have a Pioneer X and love the...
Thanks Travis. The fold-over style looked trimmer and simpler in the pic, so I was initially surprised when you wrote about preferring the...
I really admire the workmanship on those, Horsewright.
Thanks for sharing your impressions, Travis. I’m curious, why did you prefer one to the...