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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Second cup! Enjoy the day everyone!
Oregon Trapper and a Churchill
Many thnaks, Gary.
Happy Black Friday!
These three get carried together frequently. I have nothing but good things to say about the Electrician. It is in my pocket everyday regardless of what other knives I'm carrying.
Black Friday indeed! I am ready for the weekend!
Wow that one is stunning!
This is a pair of work horses! I especially love that ebony Churchill!
Elegance right there!
Just flat out cool right there.
LOL! Thanks pal
Fabulous pairing John
Groovy pic Dean
Thank you my friend, it always does me good
Along with another traditional and a non-traditional, I'm carrying this Otter-Messer Anchor Knife. We've no plans to go anywhere today but the call of the Wagon Wheel Cafe is always in my ear.
Follow your gut, Ed. Answer the call!
Same here. Hiking up into the local mountains feels restorative--if you are ever around SoCal, let me know, I'd be glad to hike with you. Be well, Jack.
Today, this Lil'Muk...
A black one that I have had almost 25 years. That covers most bases today.
I just might. It's Clam Chowder day and their's is excellent. Now, if I can just find my pants.
Edit: The wife just put the Kybosh on the Wagon Wheel Cafe and their Clam Chowder as she's making Clam Chowder this afternoon and already has the makings on the kitchen counter. Life is good.
I like your cup
Thank you kindly, Jack!!!
That excellent 66 makes an awesome partner to your venerable Hartshead Barlow; they look very cool together, as well!
Thank you! I see you've also paired a spear with a straight edge today. Best of both worlds.
It disappeared fast, within a day or so, once it got above freezing and the sun came out. There are already a few conspiracy followers claiming it was fake. (or at least, man-made) They are confused by the pictures on the news of people in short-sleeved shirts lining up for water and MREs. They underestimate the vagaries of our weather and the power of the Texas sun.
I'm doubly thankful for your kind words, Gary!!!