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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Many thanks Gary.
José, I always enjoy seeing your green jigged bone lambsfoot!
Thank you very much Gary.
Thank you for all your kindness Gary.
Thanks John, that looks good to me How are things going with the house?
Great weekend and very well filled Gary.
Cheers Vince, I hope Linus loves the stay.
The last phase of the remodel starts today. They estimate 3 to 4 weeks to complete. Until then, my kitchen, dining room, and office are temporarily in the garage. My bedroom is still set up too, so we have a place to sleep. Other than that we will be living primitive for a while. It should be fun.
The shop where I usually buy my Leeds Bread Co-op bread has been closed for 3 weeks due to an electrical fire, so I've been purchasing bread from York's Blue Bird Bakery. It's good, but I think my regular bakery has the edge. Just having a buttered slice of this wholemeal sourdough with a cup of tea
Life is full of adventures my friend I hope they manage to stay on schedule
Thanks Jack. Same to you, pal!
Thanks John, I like it too. Much more subdued than Skoll, but fabulous in its own way, thanks for the compliment.
Great Stag and wonderful colors in your scan Charlie.
Thanks a lot Gary. I love the '19 Ironwood sfo's from Jack. Valley Jack included.
Sweet pic Dave!
Really great photo of your Valley Jack, GT!
Wow, you have some energy my friend! That's quite the to do list. I won't embarrass myself by comparing my list of accomplishments today.
Thanks so much for the compliment Gary! Your thoughtful words are an inspiration to us all.
Great photos Vince and a real nice start to Linus' adventures. I believe he is no stranger to a good Whiskey and/or cigar. Way to make him feel right at home.
I look forward to more installments from you two.
You're welcome Dennis and thank you right back, my friend! Good to have you back.
Fall is here and the berries are almost gone. The second crop of the season was an absolute bounty this year!
Thank you Mark, that is a wonderful photo my friend, those raspberries look delicious
That picture deserves a BIG thumbs-up.
I need to start making bread. You think you're buying something wholesome and whole grain, then you look at the sugar and/or salt and/or fat.
And it's cheaper home-made, and it isn't that blinkin' difficult.
Me too Jer, I don't think I've made bread for 3 or 4 years. I only buy good bread, but it is very expensive. A politician here in the 1960's used the notion of the scarcely believable notion of a 3 Shilling as an example of what might happen if inflation was not brought under control. I would a £3 loaf (24 times the price of a 3 Shilling loaf), a relative bargain, as I usually pay nearer to £4 these days Then again, folks wouldn't have believed a £5 pint could ever be possible here in the 1960's, when beer was cheaper than bread
Gratuitous pic of my Hartshead Barlow and a field of wheat
Thank you, Mark.
Awesome scales on that lambfoot knife
Is that a Japanese scotch?
Going with "Long Tom" today.
Yes and no. I don't think it is properly "scotch" as it does not come from Scotland, but it tastes like scotch. Good scotch.