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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
"When you're a Jet, you're never alone - you're never disconnected"
It's been a pleasure.
While I was out doing yard work, I noticed the very symmetrical shadow on the birdhouse.
Hey, I'm a Math teacher and just a little CDO... I mean OCD... I always want that to be alphabetical.
Of course the first thing that jumps into my mind is, "Wow, that would make a great Lambsfoot picture."
I carry a Lambsfoot because...
Photo ops are everywhere.
Lovely Birdhouse LambFoot, with fantastic handles John!!
Thank you very much, Charlie.
So glad you're getting back to your old self again.
You're right John, it DOES make a great Lambsfoot pic!
Late here, and I think I'm going to retire to a good book Hope everyone is having a great weekend I have plenty to keep me occupied at home tomorrow, but there is little danger of me escaping anyway. In Leeds, where I live, for the past few years, just about every spring and summer weekend, some form of sporting event takes over the city - a cycle race, marathon, half-marathon, triathlon, etc, etc. There are some lovely big parks in Leeds, and lots of countryside, where these races could take place, but then nobody would get to be Charlie Potatoes by going through the tape in the city centre. So, they close all the roads off, and my area is particularly badly affected for some reason, in some cases I can't even get off my street! There was a huge amount of disruption today, and tomorrow it's even worse, the local roads are closed all day I'm sure I'll be able to find plenty to do though, and internet willing, I look forward to the pleasure of your company
That Barlow sure is beauty
Charlie, it's so good to see you are up and about, they can't keep a good man down.
Hope you will drop in once in a while and say hi. God's speed Joshua.
Great photo op John. Your ironwood grain is to die for.
Man oh Man oh Man that rosewood is so nice.
Dama Lamba a la Luna
I think I know where to find my picture of my cryptid flying squad at Loch Ness in 1976. Fingers crossed.
When I first wanted a GEC Barlow, all they had was the Sheepsfoot. I bought it thinking, this is goofy looking and I'll never use it. It and the others became my favorite Barlows. That said, I know nothing about lambsfoot blades, besides that they look useful. Where does one look to find a good quality example online? I am mainly a GEC guy so I'm not sure where to start.
But you people are making me spend more money so I need your help....
I love it in 9mm, but the .45 kicked up too much.
Mmmm! Those do have Panache!
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Thank you very much, Dwight!
Thank you very much, Harvey! You know that Elvis was in the 3rd AD as well!
Fantastic, thanks for sharing!
Would you please be so kind as to send me your mailing address in a PM?
Oh so lovely!
Lambsfoot and Shortbread! Nice!
Another beautiful shot of the Stag, Ron!
Stupendous Shot, Dwight!
Tripple , Vince!
Is there any other kind of food?
Wake them up and bring them out to play!
Excellent companion, John!
Love those covers on that one, Taylor!
I have a feeling your son's team will win! (sorry, I read ahead)
Harvey, you have some incredible examples! I drool every time you post one!
And a lovely valley it is, GT!
Look forward to seeing more of those!
Awsome! Both the festival and the knife!
Such a lovely!!
Nice photo! Wish they grew on the vine!
A Dark Delightful Duel, Jack!
A noble reason for sure! A Lamb Bird!
Indeed! Great foto, Dwight!!
We will look forward to spending time with you too.
Thank you, Dwight.
I could see that. I used to like the Colt Officer .45, but as I get older I'm starting to think Walther .380
I think the wolf ate the bird.
Well, I also like Italian, German, Cajun, Greek, and Japanese cuisine. Tonight I had a Greek burger, for example. Half a pound of beef on a bun with spinach and feta cheese. Delicious!
Much obliged Dennis. That is a very sweet horn clad lamb.
A break is on the horizon. I've got two more work trips and I finally get some time off. Unfortunately, that comes with my fifth knee surgery (between the two), but that's life. Regardless it'll be nice to take a breath and have some actual down time. I did get to spend six days in the Sierras in May, which was lovely, but was forced out of the mountains early after spending 30 hours bunkered down @ 11,500’ in a white out.
My companion continues to be the stag Lambsfoot on a daily basis; I don't know where I'd be had WhittlinAway not gifted me my first Lambsfoot almost three years ago now.
I hope everyone has a great weekend.
Thank you Dennis!
Thank you for the nice words Dennis.
No. I did not know Elvis was in the 3rd AD. I just know what most people know about him being stationed in Germany. That’s pretty cool. So is your Lambsfoot. Take care. PM sent.
That’s a beautiful Lambsfoot, and so is that vista. Best wishes and quick healing from those procedures.
All your questions answered by starting on the very first post of this thread.