Looks like a fine way to spend a Saturday morning, John. :thumbsup:
I always enjoy seeing your well-patina’ed (patinated?) party knife. 🥳🔪
I like variety as much as the next knife knut, but sometimes it’s hard to beat Case’s yellow Delrin. Nice photo.
Interesting blade combo there...
I had to Google where Lock and Dam No. 11 was, but I guess I could’ve just zoomed in on the mug… or kept reading a couple more posts. 😁 Lock and Dam No. 1 is here in Minneapolis.
Here’s a song that might go well with a cup of that coffee. 🙂
That’s priceless! 🤣 I’ve dunked one in a mug of tea before, but never anything quite that extreme. 😁
Well how else were you supposed to clean it off? 😁
Be careful not to drop your Yorkshire Rose in the snow, you might not find it until it melts! 😲😉
Somehow we’ve lucked out on snow so far...
I think you’re right. One interesting thing I’ve noticed: if you have a newly patinated knife, with those bright colors, and you apply some mineral oil to the blade, the colors almost instantly disappear. Wash the oil off (or carry it for a day or so) and the colors come back. But yeah...
In his defense, the look that Charlie’s giving you in the first photo says to me, “If you don’t stop taking pictures and give me some of that soon, I’m just gonna get it myself!” 😁
Your bar looks great, Dylan! :thumbsup:
Your posts also reminded me of the recurring argument in Shaun of the...
Thanks, guys! :thumbsup: Don't get me wrong, it was tasty, but there are a few things I'll try next time to retain a bit more moisture. It reheated well for pulled pork sandwiches tonight, with some Gates Extra Hot BBQ sauce. 😋
But do any of them look like a cheese grater? 😁
Doesn’t Leeds have a building shaped like one of them, too? 😉
I’m not a hoarder (at least I don’t think I am), but I’ve been known to do that with some items, having come to the conclusion that if there’s a product I really like, it’ll get...