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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Just the thing(s) for a little outdoor spring cleaning.
Thanks for the update, Harry. Looks like it shouldn't be long now! I think everybody and their brother were out ice fishing on Minnetonka today. Probably the last good weekend for it this year.
That's a beauty, Buzz!
Thanks, guys! I'm carrying that one again today.
Picked this up at the gun show:
$10. Couldn't leave on the table.
BBQ after gun show:
Mesquite smoked brisket & jalapeño cheddar sausage.
Oh my goodness. Living the good life.
These two today, hope everyone is having a fine weekend.
Great pickup on the knife, and an excellent deal to boot. That BBQ looks amazing!
Had a couple of days off work-the older I get the more I like it Went off to the country place, brilliant sun but extremely strong winds and everything melting turns it to glass. So went off for a couple of hours walk with the spiked boots..across tracks and into the forest with a snack and drink in the pack. Migrant birds have appeared: Swans, Woodpigeon, Blackbird, and heard the Skylark for the first time this year, a beautiful sound. Shakespeare was right when he wrote that "Like the lark at break of day arising From sullen earth to sing hymns at heaven's gate" Ravens seem to be collecting twigs and branches for nests, Woodpeckers drumming trees. Winter is capitulating despite icy cold.
I collected some willow twigs with their fat furry buds for indoor decoration. Willow can be tough whippy material so the GEC Bullnose was the tool for the job, I appreciate its thick scale slabs which make cutting the sinewy Willow easy & fast. Other types of knife, thinner scales would be more tricky, the Bullnose is a very good Sodbuster work-knife. Not looking so bad either
Wonderful old cow knife, shows that Pal did some excellent work even years after the Remington closure. And that Rogers bone alwats gives me a warm feeling even just eyeballing photos of it. I may need to go grab an old Camillus and do some coon-fingering now...
It seems like those kinds of moonshot finds are getting rarer and rarer every day. That is a ready-made display for any knife knut.
I won't even comment on your lunch because it makes mine look third-world by comparison.
Stag in the pockets on a March Madness Saturday.
Will, you can make a whistle out of a green willow branch the size of a little finger and talk back to those birds...
Today I continue with my new Ironwood Lambsfoot 19...
Outlaw jack today.
Sounds like a great day.
Plus nice score on the knife!
The one on the bottom...
LOL ! Thank you for the fine words and those two beauties are a treat to see...wow !!!