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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
That's what you call a "REAL LAMB FOOT"!
Thanks John, this one does seem to be magnetically attached to my pocket
Sounds like a hard weekend John, fingers crossed for next year, and I hope that your Cornerstone Lambsfoot soothes you after your trip, and smoothes your return to normality
Smashing pic Dan
Thanks Bill, Henderson's Relish used to be Sheffield's best kept secret, a dark condiment which features on every kitchen and cafe table, but wasn't available outside the town. Now it's a little more widely available, but it's still the essence of Sheffield in a bottle. I'd put a link in to the company, but their site is full of nonsense (because they let a bunch of local pop-stars mess around with it )
I know the feeling! Not that I have a cat!
Sounds great Rachel, you can't let that pie go to waste
Sorry you have a hard week ahead Ed, I hope that it goes OK for you
Looking good Vince
Wishing you the best, Ed.
@mitch4ging Thank you for the nice words, Dennis. There’s so many great images from so many, like you. Your Hartshead Lamb and Apple pie images is so tasty, and is as good as it gets.
@Jack Black - Cool saws with your always cool Hartshead.
@JohnDF - There was so much long lasting win in your bonding experience, despite the results. Your son will alway cherish the memory.
@CelloDan - Suck beautiful light and color in your Lamb image.
@Modoc ED - Wishing you extra strength, endurance, and best results as you go through this, Ed.
@Prester John - Beautiful covers on your AC, Vince.
Good Morning Guardians.
Nice to see that one Gary
Thanks Harvey, I'm afraid they're not my saws, just a photo in one of my old tool books Nice to see the pile side of your Hartshead Barlow with that tasty-looking treat
I've just had a nice chat with Stan Shaw, who is 93 today Happy Birthday Stan!
Hope everyone else is having a good day. It's been very cold here today, but dry at least, and as it looks to be the same tomorrow, I'm going to travel over to Huddersfield again tomorrow to catch up with @ADEE . Think I'm going to carry this old Alfred Blackwell
We as humans are part of the animal kingdom, and all animals are creatures of habit. It is how we have stability in our life. And there endith the days lesson.
@Jack Black - Happy Birthday to Stan Shaw. An OBE would make a fitting Birthday present. Nice looking Lamb he’s holding. He looks fit as a fiddle. Your Alfred Blackwell Lamb is smashing.
Happy Birthday to Stan!!
Mis-post; Edited; right sentiment, wrong knife!!!
Will I never learn??
It's true. My brothers are animals who drink all the cider and leave me with nary a clean towel in the house.
I rest my case.
Perhaps you meant to post in?
Good morning, Guardians!
Wishing you the best, Ed!
Good morning Guardians! Toting an Ironwood Bigun today!
Good Morning Guardians
Last night's game between the Vikings and (my favorite) Seahawks was so fun to watch...
The "like" is for the knife, NOT the seahawks.
I can live with that.
That must have been one heck of a show! I envision you as a wee lad stage diving into the crowd
@Modoc ED I hope you get your energy back and all your tests turn out with favorable results.
My stag HHB went with me and Rilley for a stroll on the levee yesterday.
I really like that picture.
He was awarded the British Empire Medal a few years back. Here's another look at that Lamb Thanks for the kind words on my Alfred Blackwell
Wrong thread Charlie, this is the Lambsfoot thread
Thanks for posting a link Rachel, nice pic
@glennbad did a great job of re-covering that one Ron
It was their first tour with Girlschool Me and mates got in for the cost of a coat hangar Cool pic of your Hartshead Barlow Kevin