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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
@Fodderwing Thank you Dwight.
FANTASTIC !! Thanks for the pics
Oh, Scotch whisky, golf, curling, haggis, kilts, bagpipes, scones, and Presbyterianism (my favourite Protestant sect--and I'm Catholic!)! What a land! And the heather and the hills! "My heart's in the highlands." Oh, and Burns. And Stevenson. Would love to visit.
Carried these 2 TEWs Lambfoot today so I thought that I would put them up in here too . I carried the Top one in the morning to a hospital to be with a Grandson when he had ankle surgery .
Hey Jack, If I missed the email about these pleeeeease pm me.
I think I might have drooled a little.....and not because there is a beer in the picture.
Good evening Guardians!
Very nice John
I'll try to get more, though it is bouncing with rain outside at the moment
You'd love it Vince I am lucky to have spent a fair bit of time in Scotland, but there are plenty of parts of it I have never been to, and still await exploration
Hope your grandson will be OK Harry, a great pair of TEWs there
Have you checked your Spam folder Kevin? If it's not there, please PM me and I'll send it again
Great pic Barry, great to see you here
Morning Guardians, the rain is easing off here, so I'm going to make a dash for the post office, do some shopping, and possibly get a chance to take a pic or two See you later folks, hope everyone has a great day
And still pretty thinly populated, according to Penelope Keith.
Have a great Saturday Guardians!
Great picture, Barry. I suddenly have the urge to go fishing.
Thank you, Jack.
Be safe and have fun.
Fun picture and my favorite kind of cookies. Must be my Scottish blood.
Great picture of your stag, Ron.
@Old Engineer - Harry I hope everything goes well with your grandson. The last time I sat in a hospital waiting room I left a brand new Mudbug on the armrest of the chair. No doubt it made someone's day!
Beautiful Lambs folks. Have a great weekend.
Today marks 95 years ago that the brave George Mallory died on Mt. Everest near the summit .
The above artifacts were found many years later with his remains and include a large Lamb Foot knife, made bt W.E.Oates. My estimation makes the knife 4 1/3 inches. R.I.P.
A useful knife for the outdoors I'd say.
Hope the grandson's O.K, harry!!
They are my favorite cookies, too. My blood is half Eastern European and half butter.
Oh that must have ruined your day, eh?
Beautiful image of your Lamb, as usual.
Thanks for posting that Charlie. A great remembrance and useful bit of Lambsfoot history for today. I'm super happy you're on the mend and posting again.
Nice to see you back Charlie! Really interesting post with the Mallory knife; a shame that climbing Mt. Everest has become something of a 'fad', ending in folks dying on the mountain.
John, I am with you! Let's go wet a line!
Lol... That's hilarious, probably because I can relate.
Great post Charlie. So good to have you back.
Yep, I went back to see if it had been turned in. Thanks John. Haveagoodn.