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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
WOW ! Very nice Mark !!!
Nice shooting Dan! Looks like your getting good at shooting slingshots. Glad to see your lambfoot was able to join in on the fun.
I'll see if Laurel's Kitchen has a recipe that isn't too complicated for me. If I have to wing it, I'll do 1/3 whole rye, 1/3 whole wheat, and 1/3 unbleached wheat.
And gasoline will never go over a dollar a gallon.
I don't remember what politician that was, back in the 70s, but he was mistaken.
The workers had to unhook my internet. So I'll be using my phone for a while. That means posting pictures will be more difficult. But I'll still be checking in.
Well, here's my third catch-up post for this thread in the past two days, and this catches me up to sometime Sunday evening. Not bad!
Charming stag and patina on that lambs foot, Steve; welcome back!
Thanks, Jack; it's great to be seen here.
Looks like some excellent finds, Jack!
Superior stag duo, Ron!
Cool photo, Harvey!
(Strange association: it made me think of A Study in Scarlet the first Sherlock Holmes novel. )
Exemplary ebony, Dan!
The "Blip" is back!
(Reminds me of a heart monitor display - hasn't gone "flatline" yet. )
Thanks for the shots of your stunning White Rose, Jack!
Great gift from the grandkids, AL; I hope you have a memorable birthday!
Superb photo of your stag HHB, @natchezz!
Welcome back, Preston; wonderful vista!
Thanks for passing on the good news, John!
That's a very colorful pic of a basic black ebony lambsfoot, Dave!
Looking good, Charlie; have fun, Kid!
When it comes to photos, Harvey, you're not bragging if you say "I Excel"!
That knife is stating true facts, too, when it says, "I XL"!
(Do you find all of your colorful leaves yourself, or have you taught Ari to hunt them down for you? )
Great photo of your two-tone horn, FBC! I thought yesterday I had quoted a post of yours showing that knife with some hand-rolled cigarettes, but I somehow "dropped" that quote. It took me back about 45 years when I used to "roll my own" (or at least tried) using Flying Dutchman pipe tobacco.
I appreciate your generous take on my posts.
Thanks, Jack. "Our" local bakery is open 7am-9pm (closed Sundays), and they offer discounts similar to what you recalled. From 8pm to closing, there are discounts that depend on how many items you order. I think the maximum is half-price for 6 or more items.
Black Jack, my 2018 Guardians ebony lambsfoot SFO, is my lambsfoot this week:
Thank you Gary!
Classy picture, GT.
Great catalog references, Jack!!!
Thanks, and they are scanned quite nicely.
@mitch4ging - Dennis I wanted to express my best wishes for a quick recovery my friend. Very sorry to hear about your ICU ordeal but happy to see you are back home.
Dwight it's such a pleasure to see you again my friend.
And it's good to see you, Dwight! Hope all is well.
It's like 4:30 in the afternoon.
Hey... a Dwight sighting.
We miss you Dwight, don't be a stranger.
You are so correct, the additives in bread are incredible. I know it is not the artisan way, but due to space limitations i used a breadmaker, and they do a good job, and you know what is in your bread. I made a wholemeal/wholegrain spelt sourdough bread, which you could keep for 2 days, then made fantastic toast with homemade marmalade or jam. I have blown up 3 bread makers, where as most people use them once or twice, then they sit in the back of the cupboard. But do not be hesitant about using a breadmaker, and a hell of a lot cheaper.
Evening Guardians. Monday is done, and the weekend is now a day closer
Yeah, I made up that post at 6:00 AM on the way out the door to Redding, CA and forgot to hit the "Post Reply" button and there it was in the "Comments" box when I got home so I went ahead and posted it.
I'll try to do better tomorrow.
Jack, my father would be turning in his grave if he knew what we are paying for working mans pleasures now. We had the transfer to decimal currency in 1966, so i will give some relevant examples in dollars. A ten ounce glass of beer-9 cents, now 5 dollars. A packet of cigarettes 25 cents, now 45-55 dollars, depending where you buy them, the paper 2-3 cents, now 1 dollar 90 cents-3 dollars on a sunday. He would be horrified.
Sorry to hear that, ours is just starting, and if the early strawberries are anything to go by, we are in for a ripper of a season.