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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
There seems to be more New England than Olde England in my fridge at the moment!
One for GT
You should be in politics...
I don't know if anyone has anything special or exciting planned for the weekend? Me, not so much, but I am looking forward to it anyway. With my plans to visit Fountains Abbey scuppered, and many of the roads closed in North Yorkshire, I'm heading West to the nearby town of Huddersfield, check out the flea-market, get a second breakfast, and then walk along the canal to one of the small mill towns which run along it. Hopefully get a few pics of my Lambsfoot along the way Have a great day folks, and a great weekend
Barlow helping out in the garage this afternoon. Hope everyone has a great weekend!
Hope you enjoy your walking trip, Jack.
I will be moving into the hotel on Sunday while the remodeling starts on our house. We will be staying there for the whole week while our old floors are being ripped up and new floor is installed. It's going to be like a little vacation, at least it will feel that way after moving everything out of our house into storage.
These are the two Lambsfoot knives coming with me to the hotel... Big surprise, right?
Happy Friday, Guardians!
I'd planned on another Statistics of the Guardians Thread post to celebrate the 1,500 page mark, but I got busy and the mark flew by when I wasn't able to do any number crunching. I still plan to do that in the coming weeks, but for now I thought I'd throw out a couple of fun facts for Friday as a teaser.
In the first 1,523 pages of this thread:
- The most quoted post was post #9668 by @Jack Black. It was quoted in 17 other posts.
- The post containing the most quotes was post #24421 by @mitch4ging. It quotes an astounding 35 other posts.
Well done, Gentlemen.
Have a great weekend, everyone!
Good luck with all your renovations and living out of a suitcase John, I can't believe we've been here three months already.
Unless you're on a slab John, this would be an excellent opportunity to install a "trap door"
Two legends of the game.
Thanks, Dave. I'm feeling your pain.
Slab here, ED. But maybe an escape hatch could fit into the budget.
Sounds exciting, hope it all goes well
Yesterday we finished repainting our home ( it took us a week ).
I had painted it 15 years ago when we bought the house. Back then our first daughter was a baby and we had only a few days to move in. So I painted the whole house in semigloss and same off white colour . We managed all this years but it felt a bit "institutional"
Now we have accent walls, color coordinated rooms, satins, white trims WOW
My good wife just finished vacuuming and getting rid of all the dust, it feels we live in a new home
Next week I will have a lot of pictures and curtains and blinds to hang
I'm off in search of some Chinese Food... Rosewood in my pocket.
You are making me hungry. I have just been down to the retail outlet at the local abattoir's, picked up our version of your hot dog's, now i am going to have to put them on early.
My wife would never leave me alone with a scone!
Looks good all the way around, Jack!
Yet ANOTHER GREAT oldie, Harvey!!
In attempt to catch up, I was only going to comment on todays posts, but some you just have to say somthing about!
Fantastic, congratulations Ed!
Wow, some grand oldies, Jack! (the knives, not you my friend )
Now that's just cooler than the other side of the pillow!!
Cool drawing and supporting Cutlery!
Another neat foto, José! On a glass table?
A beautiful shot, Mark!
Great shot, Jon!
......never enough rum!
Very nice scenery, Dan! Looks like a great way to spend the day!
Good looking TEW, Ron! Your photo is great!
Wonderful picture of you bo boo bounty! John!!
Great setup for the shot, and the LambHerd!
And what a treasure it tis! No doubt a fine first mate!
Aye, and a fine shipmate!
Looks like you got this one tied up, Greg!
A fine scurvy lot to be sure!
Hope the little one recovers!
Yeah, but you get to eat a whole lot better!! Love that jigging, Dylan!
Now that is an ornery looking group! Great Lambs, and that patch.....just way too cool, Harvey!
Killer Lambsfoot! (see...it's a double entendre....it's a cool knife....and it killt th....) Great photo!
That's one Sssnnneeky Sssnnaake! Hate for that one to crawl in your sleeping bag!
What Palatial Pirate Plunder, Gary! Snazzy Shot, Sir!
Aye, run through all that dare enter!
Jake is looking good, Kevin!
I had a Great Great Uncle Jake, mean as a snake!
(not to be confused with Jake the Snake)
Holler when you get the rum, I'll hit I-35 South!
....but the kids love them!!
Love that green bone!
Hope you have a great weekend as well!
Time does just fly by, Jack! Great photo, my friend! Friday music choice...
Agai, congratulations Jack, and more great generosity here by Rachel and Greg!
Fantastic photograph, Ron!! Ebony is next for a Lambsfoot...just hard to beat!!
Well then, you have really liked those!!
More beautiful Ebony! Great shot of your WCLF, John!
I was going to comment the same, Jack!
Dan, you must have incredible amount of patience!!
And I'm right there with you, Gary!! Sad thing is, I retired...
Awesome shot, GT!
Wasn't that a popular song in the '80s? "....the Red Eye of the Tiger..."
Nice photo, Dave!!
Looks like you found a tranquil spot in the city!
A really great photo of your fantastic Ebony WCLF!!
A fine pile side at that, Ed!
Cool shot, Harvey!!
Did you use to go by 'Bad Bad Leroy Brown'?
Looks like some great reading! I watched a show called Expedition Unknown, and the guy has looked for pirate treasures at a couple of different areas here off Florida and Lousiana. The gold is still out there, Jack!! We just gotta find it!!
I guess they were 'on the MOO-ve'
Want to go look for the gold too? Bring your book!
Jack, you always know how to end the day!
More seat cover candy, Taylor! Your patina on your WCLF is phenomenal!
Enjoy your day, Jack!!
Is Second Breakfast before or after Brunch?
Nice photo, Jon! He looks ready to go!!
Fine looking companions to have by your side!!
Hope the floors go well, and you get back home quickly!
Interesting statistics, Greg! I think I talk too much!
Mine today, hope to go do a little shooting this weekend.
And then IH-37 South (San Antonio to Corpus Christi). Bourbon tonight--too tired to go anywhere!
Just got back from Houston. Yesterday was the wettest day recorded there. Good timing, huh?
But saw the Astros reach 100 wins and Cole get his 300th strikeout of the year.
And Guriel and Altuve hit home runs.
Glad you could get out.
It looked like a heck of a mess for sure! Glad you got home ok, you deserve a shot or three!
Hope the folks down there can start to dry out some.....then the cleanup begins.