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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY FRIEND!!!
Very cool. Knife aint no slouch either.
This is for you~
We had a Boston! Great pooch.
Many happy and healthy return, buddy!
Went to the Flea Market in Monroe , Wi. today and had this in my pocket . We found Zero knives worth buying , but was able to pick up 3 more Horse Harness Hames Brass Balls.
Now I have 4 to use for projects . Cost of the 3 latest ones = $ 11
Happy Birthday my friend . Gravity does in fact pull on us more the older we get . Very nice looking older Case Ron . We hope you had a GREAT Birthday .
Boy, you can't take your eye off this thread for a moment. Well, another Saturday, another dove hunt,. I toted these all day.
Happy Birthday, Ron @Half/Stop . I hope that you have many, many more happy ones, YOUNG MAN.
Well the big day has come and gone! I had a great day. Thanks to all my great friends here on the Porch for your Happy Birthday wishes. I appreciate each one and I appreciate each of you! Thanks so much!
@5K Qs - Thank you GT. As for comparisons to my Stag Senator, I must say: Au contraire mon frere. Your Man Jack is right up there.
You’re getting close to home. Cuba City has the absolute best string cheese on the planet. Gile Cheese
Did not know that !!! Thanks for the info . We like to get cheese from Decatur Dairy , which is just outside of Broadhead .
Late to the party but Happy Belated Birthday !
All the very best on your 65th birthday Ron!!!
Northwoods Hawthorne Jack, GiantMouse GMF1-F
Thank you Gev, you are very kind! A glorious pair for you today; I always feel the old beauties like your Ulster are yearning to tell their stories!
Thank you very much Harvey!!! Again you have a fabulous knife, giving it that wonderful dimension with your amazing photography!
That is certainly true and what an outstanding way to accomplish your task using your GEC 29 beauty!
Thank you Gary!!! You have another excellent set of 3 slick slicers today; hard to be a sowbelly for "feeling in hand" (something I learned via you!)
Wow Harry, not only an old and beautiful TEW, but quite an excellent acquisition of those classic harness balls!
Great setup for another harvest Stuart; heck you can even snap into a 'biner and rappel to your final firing position!
After seeing @5K Qs chose a sowbelly in his knife trio, I decided my Sunday totes would be another "surf and turf" version; a BB Winchester sowbelly in abalone and an Imperial EO jack in bovine.
Thank you my friend Sorry for missing your birthday due to the time difference, but a belated HAPPY BIRTHDAY Ron I hope you had a wonderful day, and that you're having a lovely weekend. Many, many happy returns
Thanks a lot JJ
Hope there hasn't been too much damage roundabouts David, good pair of co-workers there
Looks like you've really taken to that one Mike
Thank you very much buddy, those are fine choices
Morning folks Boy, does this thread fly these days?! Hope everyone is having a great weekend, and that you have an enjoyable Sunday I'm carrying these two today, my very first GEC, a kind gift from my dear friend Duncan @Campbellclanman , along with the Hartshead Barlow which seems to be glued to my pocket at the moment
I think so too GT. It covers all my cutting needs and more. Thanks! By the way, I love your daily quartet.
Jeffery Mitchell coffin jack with hakkapela damascus.
Think I'll go have a little fun today and get my smoke pole ready for deer season. The Case Barlow is a fitting companion.