High class users!
When you pop the top off a jar of those on a bleak winter day, you and your family will appreciate the effort.
We sure do Jeff, I remember as a boy staying with my Aunt and Uncle on the farm up in Northern Canada. There were shelves apon shelves of preserves in the cellar,When you pop the top off a jar of those on a bleak winter day, you and your family will appreciate the effort.
My "plain" canoe for this week is a Rough Rider amber jigged bone model, the first canoe I ever owned; it infected me with a serious canoe fever:
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My "fancy" canoe this week is a Mohawk stag canoe, made in Germany (by Böker??) for A.G. Russell:
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Bailed non-SAK of the Week is a Colonial Forest-Master, my first-ever knife from about 1960:
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International Knife of the Week is a synthetic handled knife my daughter bought me in Toledo, Spain:
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Toting my GEC Toothpick along with another straight shooter today for a little black powder fun behind the barn.
I always appreciate your input, Dean. I almost never use Vic toothpick or tweezers; I guess I don't know what I'm missing.
Excellent choices, Dean!
What a quality quartet, Dean! I suddenly yearn for yellow.
Watch Pocket Knife of the Week is a Hen & Rooster mini canoe (thanks, Will):
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Big Knife of the Week is a Remington Big Daddy Barlow (thanks, Shawn):
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Peanut-like Knife of the Week is a Rough Rider baby copperhead:
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Miscellaneous Knife of the Week is a S & M #99 (thanks, Jack):
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New Friends, Old Friends Friday
Also,Full Moon Friday the Thirteenth.