Thanks John. I don't have too many pics of it, I find it very difficult to take good ones of the nacre.
Yesterday, day before yesterday, today and tomorrow
My Quotidian Quartet that I typically post each Sunday came along on vacation with me, of course. Instead of my usual group shot, here are individual pics of my 4 literal EDCs taken on vacation trips this year or earlier.
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What could be better than a classic "black box" Winchester and your future classic Hartshead Barlow with chocolate, Jack!!!
For today I was reminded of some interesting delrin covered knives by Amir Fleschwund , so I thought I'd add one of my favorites by Robeson. These two are both by Robeson, with the Daddy Barlow wearing strawberry bone covers and the Jack (almost identical to the GEC 78 pattern) wearing the strawberry delrin covers (first introduced to cut costs by Robeson in the late '50.)
I’m guessing a darker dye job of Chestnut Bone, Whiskey Bone wasn’t offered 20 years ago. OH
Ps Had to find the picture, but this is a 1999 Chestnut Bone Case Canoe with CV blades. Very similar to the color shown in the 1998 6318 MED Stockman.
Nice! I like 2-bladed toothpicks, especially the bigger models.
Looking good, Chris; they cleaned up nicely!
Thanks!You put your lovely new Case right to work Rachel; looks awesome (knife and lunch!!!)
That should do it.
Welcome home!We’re back home after a great trip to the Rendezvous. I’m hoping everything goes as Smooth as these two today! It’s great to be back home! Hope y’all have a great week!