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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Morning Guardians !
Citrus Season. The cutting board hardwood end-grain Amish-made.
Good morning, Guardians!
Another day. My Rosewood "Big-un" enjoying the scenery behind our house.
The more humps the better is what I always say.
You too Mark, looks like you and your Lambsfoot have been hard at work
Indubitably my friend, very uncivilized! Knives separate us from the beasts!
Superb pic Dan
That's a real nice board, and a great pic
Yay! Nice to see the creek Vince
Must be nice to sit on your porch Ed
Hope everyone has had a good week, with a great weekend ahead
Beautiful Nor Cal.
@Jack Black - I’m glad your Hartshead decided to not be safequeened, Jack. Looks great! Who is the portrait subject? I’m certain there’s a great story there.
Good Afternoon Guardians.
Looks like (the other) Jack Black from Jumanji.
Love your picture
Thanks Harvey, I'm afraid there is no great story behind the portrait, it was just a random, and quite hurried, Google pick The painting is called 'The Explorer' and is by Theodore Case, "A humorous portrait in the classical manner of a mutton-chop wearing, incredulous fellow with a monocle and pith-helmet." Great photo of your Joseph Rodgers Lambsfoot my friend
Morning Guardians, hope everyone has a great weekend. I'm on my own today, so after having a shave, I'm off to visit some local antique shops, and pick up a few nice beers
Great gum! Have a nice time.
Good Morning Guardians
Thanks Rachel, one of many thoughtful gifts I received recently from @Reaper AL
Great pic John
After stopping off to do some shopping in the nearby town of Harrogate, I went on to Knaresborough. It turned out that there was a Christmas market on, so the place was packed. The first photo below is taken right on the edge of the market square, and really doesn't show how crowded it was.
At the opposite side of the square, a traditional brass band contributed to the festive atmosphere.
In the centre, where the stalls were it was absolutely packed, (and with people and their kids wandering around somewhat aimlessly), as were the pubs and cafes. So I grabbed me some good ales, and high-tailed it back to Leeds. Having not eaten any lunch, this sandwich, shown with my beer haul, was rather hastily put together, and scoffed even quicker!
I don't like crowds, but it looks like it could have been fun.
Sandwich looks amazing, I must be getting hungry.
Me neither, and it was really difficult to look at the stalls, get a drink, or even walk! I tried to seek refuge in a pub, and couldn't get in the door! Thanks buddy, I barely saw it!
Your stag HHB is looking very utilitarian, Jack!
I was surprised to discover that I'm one of the absent Guardians; I haven't posted here in more than 2 weeks , even though I've been reading the thread daily to keep up with the posts. Just reading without commenting is not very interactive, though, and not nearly as satisfying for me.
This week my lambsfoot has been my Valley Jack:
And, from the Ghost of Christmas Past, here's my Union Jack with holiday decorations (apologies to Dan and his REAL chickadee photos ):
Hello Guardians! Today I’m carrying a 2018 Ebony Guardians SFO. I hope y’all have a great weekend!
It's a blue-collar knife GT! Welcome back my friend Two great pics
Nice choice Ron