- Jul 25, 2014
Hope y’all have a great day!
Some of my favorite old knives have a broken blade.Thank, r8shell. I thought thought that you might have some affinity for that broken, but unyielding old knife. I thought of your clan when I found it.
Thanks! I was only a Girl Scout for one day, I quit after getting my knife! Gone missing for years until a surprise gift from @Jsega51 of a replacement.Great-looking GSA knife Rachel, glad you have one
Our electric can opener looks like it’s reached the expiration date of it’s planned useful lifespan, so I’ve been doing the same. And you know what? I’m getting used to it. Just a simple little manual skill that we’ve been convinced is beneath us. The GSA knife is really close to Seafoam Green, an American auto company color in the fifties. I had always liked it, especially for a guitar....
I'm glad you're getting some use out of it. The other day I went to open a can of olives and realized my can opener was all rusty and cruddy (it's hard to clean under the little wheel thingy) so I just started using the can opener on my GSA knife, so it's living in the kitchen now.
I can relate, but don’t remember why!I get warm all over when I see your TL-29. For some reason it is in my mind that I had one back in my Army days and that's going back to 65-68. I know I had one somewhere along the line, maybe even before that. The mind is a terrible thing to loose. "Of all the things I lost in life, I miss my mind the most."
I dug some seedlings at my sister’s place in Michigan last year~ beech, red oak and sassafras. The sassafras were the only ones that didn’t survive, dangit.A few early leaves are turning. It is easily 25 degrees F cooler in the mornings than it was a month ago.
Does this indicate that you will not be able to have your very own sassafras tea ???I dug some seedlings at my sister’s place in Michigan last year~ beech, red oak and sassafras. The sassafras were the only ones that didn’t survive, dangit.
Very classy jack, btw.