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Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by rycen, Apr 20, 2018.
Thanks. Resemble strawberries.
My first experience with Rope jigging...I like it
Got out this evening for a walk with Mr. Rufus had the Homefront with me this one doesn't get carried nearly enough.
I haven't, but I have an uncle who is fascinated as well who is always asking me.
I'm speaking of Turtle Mound, in Canaveral National Seashore which borders my town (New Smyrna Beach). We also have some cliffs in my area that were built by the ancient inhabitants.
Yea, I love the mountains now that we're out here. I still own my house and have my roots down there, so it hasn't been easy (on a shoestring tbh), but the experience has been worth the struggle. My hope one day after the kids are off is to perhaps live back and forth, spending the long clear summer days out here in the PNW mountains and the winters back there paddling the canals. I've also considering settling somewhere in the Appalachian or Smokey mountains where some of my ancestors come from. The dream would be to find somewhere tropical with mountains though. Either way I've come to the conclusion that I may never truly feel at home unless I am somewhere where I can predominantly live outdoors. One day hopefully. Until then I'll just make the best of the journey
The Victorinox cut the walking staff and trimmed the ends.
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Mordax only comes out at night.
Well, there's your problem.
I really like those grips! Are they aftermarket or were they a Spyderco limited run?
Happy Friday My Blade Brothers and Sisters!
Hmmm, let's see.. is that because your collection is sized like that?
Nah, not the reason.
But what is the name?
Шно аяе не?
Tool drawer SAK and a WE Arrakis
G'morning! Opening day in the Adirondacks!!
,Next step of humanity will be the greatest.,
Oookay, how about the,,next year carry,,?
Getting ready for tomorrow
Dorgalese from Davide Steri
Today in my pocket I carry this Portuguese from Veríssimo-Miranda do Douro in stag.