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I'm heading out tomorrow morning @ o'dark hundred hours to fish with my son and our neighbor at the mouth of the Potomac River in the Chesapeake...
Thanks, guys. Yes, it is, Harvey. Small, but tasty.
I am totin' and postin' this one in solidarity with the Cases and, particularly, Case stockman knives posted recently: a Case 64047P, 1940-1964....
Thanks, Jack. I admire that Damilamb.
Really beautiful old knives in great condition, JJ. Thanks for sharing them.
Radiant horn on that foot o'lamb, GT.
Great pairing, r8shell:...
Queen big cigar. Smokin' and totin'.
Thanks for the kind compliment, GT.
That 'nut is a beauty, GT.
Like @JJ Cahill , I'm touring across the pond for my choice of totes, though he's in the jet set; I'm more of the Chev-ro-let set. My Wooden...
Totin' these two for Twosday.
No quarrel with that quartet, GT.
I'd pal around with that beauty any day, Gev.
Gorgeous small congress, Nick. I love the pen's swedge....
I'm totin' a younger pair today than I normally do (because I'm too lazy to go downstairs and pick an elder representative). A Gary Cunningham...
Thanks for the nice comments. I toted both of the #27s and used the single blade one twice (slow day). Good memory, GT, as I do have such a box,...
I couldn't make my mind up with that trio of Queen 22s (1972), so I've pocketed this pair of Queen 27s (1958-1960) to tote today. Yes, they are...
I'm looking for inspiration in picking my totin' choice today, and those are inspiring me to pick one of these:
Gorgeous knife, Steve. Fine picture, too.
Great score, Ron. (Though there seems to be a lot of scoring going on.)
Proof that there are angels on earth. An honorable quest, @r8shell . And a beautiful horned lambsfoot well portrayed.
Back to basics is about right!! Fine stuff, JJ.
You are packing a potent pair, Jack.
It's gorgeous, Alan.
There it is!!...