- Jan 17, 2018
GT thats a photo I took on Monday, usually by the first week of October the killer frost shows up, ready for destruction and mayhem. So hopefully I have until then to take some fall photos.Awesome pic, Dave! Is that an old photo, or do you still have so many lovely blooms in your garden in late September?
Do you have special powers, Dan, or is Photoshop involved in these amazing wildlife pics??
Two mesmerizing pieces. That sow tongue ties me and the Imperial colors me with envy. Stained glass ...so And merci beaucoup
Thank you Gev!!! What a marvelous Primble sowbelly you have today; a defining and artistic beauty!Sowday ....huh
OK you two.....i'll bite
Thanks Nick!!! Still no surf but an awesome pocket knife!
hank you very much JJ, a couple of lovely old knives you have there
Thank you Jack!!! That's quite a cool Needham, Hill Street jack; it has "military issue" written all over it!It's taken from the NAAFI knife made in Sheffield post-WW2
Aged and A-1, JJ!
Striking trio of black synthetics for Black Friday, JJ!
Thanks x2 Gary!!! Really lovely couple of Stock knives; the acorn shield on your sowbelly always reminds me of the old Remington knives, tantalizing tobacco bone!Sowbelly of the Week is a Rough Rider model with smooth tobacco bone covers:
Stockman of the Week is a Schrade 897UH (thanks, Dean):
What an awesome KA-BAR-LOW Todd; the clip blade is very reminiscent of a Cattaraugus Barlow clip, quite the beauty there!Happy Staguday!
Thank you Harvey!!! I can't wait to see what your next beauty is!