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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Thanks for the info @Jack Black.
Very, very, nice Taylor.
Sorry @cigarrodog - Harvey. I messed up my multi-quote and dropped your picture.
No PM necessary @Jack Black. I'll edit my post. Post edited.
Good morning everyone, hope you all have a good weekend I am posting a photo, unfortunately it is taken from a paper and is lacking detail. It is an array of memorabilia from Dandenong Stock Sale yards, it was the last sale complex in metropolitan Melbourne to close in December 1998. They have a small sale ring left as a small museum, so those days are not completely forgotten. I remember being taken there as a kid by my dad and it was a thriving vibrant hub of activity. They had designated cattle, dairy cattle and sheep sale days. And once a fortnight they had a horse sale day. The whole area has been taken over by suburbia, and is nothing like it was. Would be the same as Sheffield i presume. The leather pouch is made by an Australian saddlery company, it is a watch pouch, which farmers and stockman can place their wrist watch and keep on their belt to protect the watch. I use it as a coin pouch when i am wearing pants that do not have a fob pocket, you can carry a small pocket knife in it as well, very handy. Take care everyone.
Thank you kindly, Ed.
Thank you very much, Jack!
Very cool photo! Looks like an old barn door...
Looks like those Lambs have some teeth, Jack!
Those are the ones that mean the most! Nice, Rachel.
Very cool, Jack! Are you a whistle collector as well?
Thank you so very much for the generous gesture my friend!!
Fantastic photograph, Vince!
More great generosity shown here, Gary! And a great photo as well!
Great giveaway, Jack, and congratulations Gary 》>>Rachel!
Just amazing the generosity shown by ALL here in the very special part of the porch!
Not sure how to read the "21" part, so I'll just say Happy 21st birthday!
Great looking cake...mmmm, cake, and Lamb!
....but where's Dale??
Cool buddy you have, and cool photos!
Hope you're healing up ok?
Cool sheath and a awsome looking Lambsfoot!!
Nicely put, Ron!
Man, sorry to hear you've had so much on your plate, Gary! Hope it's getting back to normal for you!
Thank you so very much for the kind words Gary, I have to say it's difficult to receive such comments...very uncomfortable, but also appreciated!
Neat picture, José!
If the coin only had one helix, would it only be worth a pound?
Looking good, Ron!
Looks like Cool Kitty is Guarding the Guardian! Cool foto!
Another eye popping shot, Dan! ( though I'm missing Chip )
That's more like it! My brother is an engineer at Los Alamos, plays with math for fun, but me... I can count my toes and come up with a different number every time.
A grand shot, Jack! Looks like a peaceful area!
The Black Widow looks Wicked, Ed!
Thank you very much, Harvey!
That one is actually the Ironwood, don't have an Ebony...yet!
What incredible Scarlet Snake Scales, Sir!! ("covers" didn't go as smooth) Beautiful photo, Harvey!
It seems like you and Jack "relish" food!
But yeah, that makes me hungry!
Nice on the go shot of your HHB, Taylor!
Cool Lamb and pouch!
My Sister and BIL have an auction once a month in rural Oklahoma, selling cattle, horses and all sorts of tac. Not too many left.
And a link for Gary, John and all you mafmatichins....or if you're a fan of Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, the answer is "42"...
Great painting, and the Lamb Foot is simply superb. You have a good weekend mate.
Thank you very much!
You as well!
Such a great pattern in that horn.
Hope all is good with you and yours!
Why yes we do.
Worth a special mention in the thread index I think Greg
Entrancing ebony Ed
Hope it brings back some happy memories for you Ed
Thnks for the info Harvey, and for the compliment. My Vox tool is like this:
It was my reply that I thought would be inappropriate rather than your post Ed I've PMed you some info
Thanks Dennis, I have a few old whistles, and pick them up occasionally, but I often give them away
Thanks again Dennis, nice pics my friend
That looks very tasty Dave
Morning Guardians, this week has gone fast for me, I hope everyone has had a good one. The weekend is nearly upon us again I'm stepping out with Lucy today
Thank you, I agree with you Dennis.
Good morning and great weekend, Guardians.
“A Walk in Nature” # 31
That's beautiful ebony.
Thank you for the compliments Dennis! That’s a beautiful Horn Lambsfoot my friend!
Good morning Jack! I hope you and Lucy have a great day and weekend!