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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Thank you Dwight, you take fantastic photos of that special knife
Many thanks for all the kind words Dennis, great to see your golden oxhorn Nice cap too
Thank you John
Great to see you here buddy! Sounds like you've been having some adventures, sorry to hear about all the surgery, hope the latest op goes well Our friend @OLd_gUY has been treating us to some fantastic Yosemite pics recently, you should seek them out Your Lambsfoot is showing some great character Three cheers for Greg @WhittlinAway! He has performed some great Guardians service over the past few years, where is he?! Hoping to see you both back as regulars soon Great pics
Thanks for your interest in the Lambsfoot pattern @Edm1, as Harvey helpfully says, the place to start is at post 1. You will learn far more about the Lambsfoot pattern here than you will find anywhere else, and there is a thread index to help. As per the subforum guidelines, we try to talk about the knives themselves here, rather than the buying of knives. However, you might want to check out this thread: https://www.bladeforums.com/threads...aynorth-cutlery-real-lambfoot-thread.1658430/ If you decide to become a regular here, please feel free to PM me your email address, and I'll add you to the Guardians email list
Morning Guardians, just checking in here before I get my nose to the proverbial grindstone Hope everyone is having a great weekend, and that you enjoy your Sunday
Great to see that Mike, what a beauty
Beautiful shot, Dwight.
Dennis, it always seems your Horn Lamb has extra sway in it. Is that true or is it my imagination? It's a very cool looking knife for sure.
Such a handsome pair of Barlows.
Good Morning Guardians!
Morning Dave Wow! What a great pic of your AC!
Thanks to you, Jack!
Fantastic picture, Dave.
Good Morning Guardians
I'm getting ready to head out the door. Just need one more cup of coffee
Have a great day John
Thank you Jack. I have to share a quick story about my bright blue Yorkshire key fob. Yesterday Linda and I were shopping for carpet downtown, Cochrane I went outside the store with the dog while Linda finalized the purchase reached in my pocket for some gum and must have pulled out a computerized button at the same time that lets us into our complex.
We arrive home and no button I'm in panic mode because if someone loses this tab and they have to redo all the tabs which costs me $200
Anyway someone was walking by the carpet store and spotted the bright blue key fob took it into the store and long story short I was saved from embarrassment and a fine by Jacks Yorkshire key fob.
Good luck John!
Fantastic story Dave, Yorkshire comes to the rescue! I'm glad you got your fob back my friend
I lost one of my keys last weekend, absolutely no idea how it happened, as it was just the one key that worked its way off my key-ring or something. Fortunately, it was for a lock that I only use when I'm away, and friends keep a spare set of keys for me anyway. I went to the locksmith to get two new copies cut, and as I walked out of the shop, putting the change back in my wallet, I fumbled one of the keys, and it fell straight down the grungiest sewer drain I have seen in a long time! Fortunately, as I was right outside the locksmith, I only had to turn round and go back in again, and he gave me a cut-rate price on a replacement, so it could have been a lot worse!
Thanks Jack. It's the knife my friend. And as I said a while back it is in my pocket every day. It may well be the finest and most beautiful knife I own. Definitely my most prized.
Thanks John. I'm happy for you heading out to wet some flies my friend.
I was thinking the same thing.
Dave you have exceptional talent with your photography.
A day spent in the creator's cathedral.
Happy ending Dave.
Fantastic stuff my friend
That's Murphy's law in action right there
Thank you, my friend, its like playing the slots most of the time you lose, once in a while you hit the jackpot lol
Twist my arm Well, if I must - I must
Bridal Veil Fall