The hardest part about working for you

David Mary

pass the mustard - after you cut it
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Is that, at least with most of you, I can't just walk up and shake your hand after. I am so grateful for everyone who comes to me for just one knife, let alone those of you up in the double digits now. Even a few short years ago, I would not have believed that I would one day get to do what I love and share it with others as my living. It is such an honor to serve you all. Thank you, thank you, a thousand times thank you!

David Mary
 
Is that, at least with most of you, I can't just walk up and shake your hand after. I am so grateful for everyone who comes to me for just one knife, let alone those of you up in the double digits now. Even a few short years ago, I would not have believed that I would one day get to do what I love and share it others as my living. It is such an honor to serve you all. Thank you, thank you, a thousand times thank you!

David Mary
David , although I wouldnā€™t speak for others but I believe we are the ones that need to thank you. You have gone above and beyond in finding the best steel, heat treat, handle material and sheath construction. You continue to push to learn as much as possible all out of your small shop and neighbors. Thank you David, now get back to workšŸ˜˜
 
I'm more concerned about the hog guts on your hand than the long voyage. ;)
 
I thought it was racoons.
 
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