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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Beautiful file work on the laguiole.
Got this in my pocket right now:
Case wharncliff mini-trapper.
(From GAW by @JohnDF & @t.willy)
Getting ready for the winter storm...
Thank you, Jack. It's good to see Pearl out enjoying the sights.
Oh, my! Lovely!
A Pick Bone thread sounds like a good idea, although I'm afraid it'll put me on a quest for more.
Thanks Jack! Better late than never! A great combo for you today my friend!
Camillus pen for today
Cougar clawed 35 today.
For Friday, one of my new favourites:
Ironwood lambsfoot, A. Wright & Son, Sheffield.
Outstanding old bone. Is that a 41 frame?
Significantly newer knives for me today...
Nice to hear. I've been debating on getting one of those for a while.
How's the walk n talk, and play?
Got thissun' in the mail today and it went directly into my pocket. Gonna stay there for a bit too!
Love that Porch Pearl and that bowl of nice, Jack.
its Springtime in the Rockies!
Oh, I see you got the "carry fantastic old bone today" memo.
Thank you Rachel.
That is staggering beauty. My oh my oh my.
Wowza Dave! Is that one of Linda's creations??? Simply gorgeous and I've seen high elevation alpine fields just like it.
Wonderful knife, patina, and photo.
Thanks Ron! Your duet is a swooner.
I rest my case.
LOL! Thanks my friend. It is a secluded place indeed.
Jeff that is beautiful in every way. Well done. Doggy treat isle?????????
Thank you very much Jack. Pearl looks great posing.
You guys need to start one for sure with all of your heavenly pic bone jewels.
For tonight I really wanted to carry a nice 856. This one has been used just enough that carrying it around a little won't hurt a thing, but it is not for using. It has a dulled factory edge anyways and that's not something I will ever change. Pocket jewelry you might say; hence the slip.
Of course the 82 is in my back pocket as always. No pocket purses for working knives, and no pocket purse knives while working.