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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Beautiful picture John. Fall seems a lot time away here in Florida. Still in the upper 90s F.
Nice picture Bill. Your lambsfoot Barlow looks right at home. Between your and Johns picture I am convinced the HHB Stag Barlow is the prefect Fall knife.
After a long hot California Summer, it is finally cooling off a bit.
You may have an excellent point.
The fall knife
Another awesome example of the perfect Fall knife.
That's a fitting choice,
Thank you Mark.
Either way Mark the sunset photo with the swing is perfect.
We were in Puerto Vallarta a few years back I wanted a Margarita and the little girl brought me straight tequila with ice.
Not wanting to cause a fuss I drank quite a few in a row zoom zoom
Go for it my friend.
My favorite time of the year, thanks, fellows.
Thank you, Jon
Mine too... Cool weather and beautiful colors.
Thanks Jon for your kind words. I love the knife.
“A Walk in Nature” # 36
Blacks and Reds
@mitch4ging - Thank you Dennis. When my Lambsfoot grows up, I hope its’ patina looks as nice as your Ironwood.
@JohnDF - Thank you John. Your leafy image is fine. Those two leaves are so beautiful.
@dc50 - Your Image is a wonderful Dave.
@CelloDan - Your “Walk in Nature” series is exceptional, Dan.
Thank you, Harvey.
@Jack Black I saw that you said my photos did not come through, i'll have another go.
Great pics guys, mine has Fallen into my pocket today
Superb pics Dan, thank you
Thanks a lot mate, looks like a great day out
Morning Guardians, glad to hear some of you are enjoying cooler temperatures Been nice here this week, sunny during the day, but definitely a little cooler in the evenings
Just sitting down to one of my favs. Steak and chips, some good old fashioned "Aussie Sirloin" with some homemade Apricot "Worstershire Sauce".
Hope you enjoy it my friend I've just had my morning toast here
Thank you very much Dennis.
Good morning Guardians.
Thank you Jack, I shall try to stop being a stranger.