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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Rather poor pic of my stew earlier. Stew was tasty though
Just back from dropping my brothers off at the airport. Time to enjoy the quiet and catch up on this thread.
Well, he didn't make it. He will keep trying.
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Sorry to hear that, John. "Never give up!"
Thank you kindly Jack. On another matter, I disagree with you. I found your stew and Hartshead image quite savory. Here’s to dry weather, right?
@JohnDF - Sorry to hear that, John. To future successes.
@mitch4ging - Thank you kindly, Dennis. Hope things are going well for you. That’s quite a steed your Roman Soldier is riding. As for the lamb with the leather, I was wondering, because of the name, if it was glove leather.
Your train comments brought back many good childhood memories of the many hours spent at the Chicago Museum and Industry. Here’s a YT video. Their train layout doesn’t come til late in the video, but you’ll get an eyeful.
Wonderful photo, Harvey!
You really are a master of color usage!
You are correct about our childhood hobbies! Here we are in just one thread playing with knives, slingshots, toy cars and trains! I guess it keeps us young(ish?), or at least distracted from adulthood!
Thanks Jack. Now I need to come up with an excuse to tell my wife why I need an electric train set!
Nothing like good bread and stew or soup in the wintertime!
Thank you Dan! It was fun to watch!
Now that would have been the photo of the year!
I am real good at just missing the perfect shot.
My wife and I argue about that movie (her choice) or Paint Your Wagon (my choice) as being the better movie.
Nice photo, Rachel!
It's nice to have family visit, but it's always nice to get back to your normal routine! I guess it's rhe whole 'creatures of habits ' thing.
No doubt your sone will be successful!
We're all pulling for him!
Thank you Harvey!
Yes, the leather is my portfolio, and it is made by Rawlings, but not made from old gloves, although that would look cool!
Thanks for posting the video, some very cool displays!!
When I was a kid, dad tacked the tracks to some plywood, and set it up pretty nice. It was in the middle of wars, and robbed a couple of times by Frank and Jesse James, till they got ran over by the train a few times!
Here's a really cool song about a train robbery, ol' Levon Helms.
My lovely wife made me an apple pie today...I'm a happy camper!
Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving Rachel, and that your new Big 'Un was able to help out
Sorry to hear that John, hope he's not too despondent
Thanks Harvey, you're very kind Watching that train layout was mesmerising
LOL! Yeah, when the weather gets cold, you need something that'll stick to your ribs! Thanks for the cool tunes my friend, that pie looks spectacular, great pic
Morning Guardians, I hope everyone had a great weekend, and that returning to work is not too painful. Have a good week folks My Hartshead Barlow is still hogging my pocket
Thanks for all the Guardian support, guys.
He's fine and making plans for what's next. It's all a process and we learn from each failure. Thanks again for all the support.
Jack, your HHB is really looking "vintage" to me!
John, sorry to hear your son didn't make his last tryout.
Dennis, you are a lucky man indeed.
It really is great when you see somebody find a knife that just 'clicks' with them.
Good Morning Guardians
It was a very long weekend. It rained a lot and we spent a lot of time driving on busy roads and being stuck in a hotel room.
It feels great to be home. We are about 50% moved back into our house and life can start returning to normal for the holidays.
I'll be sticking with my Cornerstone Rosewood Lambsfoot for this week...
Thank you, he'll get it next year (maybe).
Looks yummy Jack - A little curious...What is "Henderson's Relish"?
Yes, I am becoming more like my cat. Don't like my routine disrupted.
It was wonderful to have everyone here, and the ebony big 'un was very helpful.
We ate and drank too much, and went on a few walks. They are used to me stopping to take knife pictures. This pic would have been amazing if I'd been able to get it in focus. Now I need to start eating healthy again, but there's a lot of leftover pie in my fridge...
Tired. Up early again for another trip to Radiology up in Klamath Falls, Oregon for a CAT scan and then Wednesday, I'll have to do it all over again for a PET scan. Beat - just beat.
Wishing you well, Ed.