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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Many thanks Jack...
Thanks again for all the info Jack!
Patina progressing nicely
Congratulations on page 1000!
I will raise a tankard of something tasty to the health of all here, especially Jack!
Congratulations on the 1000 pages!
A new view of Pere David through the hole!!!
Hey, alright, we made it!!!
Congratulations to Jack and all the Guardians for 1,000 pages of Lambsfoot knife goodness.
Dave @Horsewright has me thinking of getting back into the leather business, so here's my Lamb with some of my old carving.
Page 1000!!! Congratulations Guardians, and thanks
Thanks Dylan! That’s a great family photo my friend! I’m proud to be posting this on page 1000!
RALF with Pebbles
I just got home from the store and found we're on page 1,000! Congrats to Jack and all the Guardians.
Congratulations to @Jack Black and all the Guardians on reaching 1K. Thank you Jack for your wonderful creation.
Blimey! I only went in the kitchen to take a pic, and I nearly missed it! Thank you to everyone who has got us here, it has been very rewarding to see the enthusiasm for this uniquely versatile pattern grow, and for it to become accepted and talked about beyond this thread Well done Guardians
Nice to see your button Rachel Do you folks say button or pin, they're badges here?
Doesn't it just Dylan?! I have to say though, that after spending a few hours writing about Lambsfoot knives and cutlery history here, the last thing I feel like is writing about it for my bread and butter, nor anything else for that matter!
What a wonderful collection Dylan, it's funny to think that just a few years ago, you just couldn't have accumulated a collection of Lambsfoot knives like that
Looking good Jody
What a terrific threesome Barry, that horn looks nice and glossy What dirt did you have on Charlie anyway?! Mr @waynorth should be here anyway
Fantastic stuff Dylan Slainte
Cool pic Jose
That's beautiful work John
Thanks guys, congratulations to you too
GREAT pic of a GREAT REEL (and of the creel, also) . I've caught a lot of trout with that same model. I think it's one of the best spinning reels ever made. GRATS!
Nice pic, Rache - tried to put your latest cat pic, but I did something wrong and can't figure out how to fix it
Great info and pics a usual, Jack. Thank you
Love your pics of that great knife! I enjoyed them very much. Thank you for posting.
Very nice pic
Never had an old Ocean City baitcaster but I know they were very popular which says a lot in the fishing world
Good Morning Guardians and CONGRATS, JACK GREAT PHOTOS today, GRATS TO ALL!!
Right, GIVEAWAY! Open to anyone who has posted previously in this thread Some of you seem to have already pre-empted my idea of asking folks to post pics of their collection of Lambsfoot knives. Post anything else too, and please put 'I'M IN', so I know it's an entry. Include a Guardians button/pin/badge in the pic, and I'll throw your name in the hat twice
Here are the prizes:
I thought some of you folks who missed out on the 2018 Guardians Lambsfoot knife in ebony might like to win one, and there's a limited edition Lambsfoot with African Rosewood covers, and a Big 'Un in that nice horn Wright's had a couple of years back (this is from then, standard production, and the blade is off-centre). So there'll be three winners, first and second names out of the hat get a choice. Hope that all sounds OK (I don't always get things right) I'm also going to post a giveaway outside this thread for someone who doesn't yet own an example of this fabulous pattern
Edit - Don't forget to post a pic of your Lambsfoot collection to enter
I'M IN PLEASE and THANK YOU for the generosity and opportunity as well as for the dedication that has made the Guardians so amazing .
Grats again on 1000
(c'mon 2018 - fingers crossed)
I thought I'd better get one of my characteristic "old news" posts in here before this thread wraps up its first millennium!
Jack, José, and JP, thanks for the informative "train talk" you've all contributed!
Thanks for granting my request, Dwight. Gorgeous knives!!
Thanks, FBC. The Super Hawk frame with seat did provide a nice addition to the living room furniture.
Thanks for the supportive comments, Harvey & Jack. Jack, that's quite the "blushing bride" you have there!!
Striking photo of your outstanding ironwood lamb, Vince!
That's a stunner, Ron; congrats!! Sometime I'd enjoy seeing a pic of your entire flock of lambsfoots - you're becoming quite a shepherd!
Jack, with my "limited vision", I'd never have imagined that a Damascus lambsfoot was even a possibility!
Prime pile of pulchritude, Taylor!!
Thanks for the great shots of what I'll always call your Eye of Sauron lambsfoot, David!
Sorry to see that your "paradise" was a victim of "progress", Dave, but your pic of what you're moving too makes me think that you shouldn't grieve TOO long! Real estate development seems to be a perpetual game of "leapfrog" with people jumping over one another to get "the best spots".
Congrats on all the fine lambsfoots you're acquiring, Barry! And you're getting them at a pace that's almost as fast as this thread moves!
What a mesmerizing "patina" you've developed on that memorable stag lambsfoot, Dwight!!
Pleasant panoramic picture, Jack!! My lambsfoot for this week is my ebony lambsfoot, also (see below).
Great to see Sköll under control, John!
Great photo, Jer! I've been challenged lately with rising gracefully from low places (bench around our kitchen table, toilet, etc. ), so I decided last week to start doing some squats while watching the weather forecast on TV each morning when I awake. I did a set of 40 last Wednesday and last Thursday, and then found that simply walking had suddenly become a challenge by Friday! Guess I'll have to institute my "thigh-strengthening program" more gradually.
Yesterday was my last day with my Valley Jack as my weekly lambsfoot representative.
This week's lambsfoot is my ebony Black Jack:
You need to Flitz them spurs, John!