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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
@Jack Black - Thank you Jack.
Hope you Monday was a good one without any Superbowl "hangover"
Here's what I carried today!!!
My beautiful ironwood is really starting to darken up...
Really hate you're going through it, Ed! Our family's thoughts and prayers are with you and yours.
Glad to see a bit of levity mixed in!
Good to be seen, John!!
Thank you much, Harvey!
Hope all is well in your neighborhood!
They're also after my meds!!
Here's to a speedy recovery, Bill!! You and Ed both have a great attitude to be admired!
A Grand start with a Grand Lambsfoot, Jack!
Fine looking "Pistachio " Lamb, José!
A sweet duet, John!
Who needs a 4-leaf clover with a Lambsfoot like that!
Hey, that photo of kNife and Necco's are Neeto!
Wonderful stag, Ron!!
Love that one, Harvey! Great photo!
But still an eye full, Taylor!
Going along with Jack's tool kit post, a little pouch I keep handy, especially for electronics.
@mitch4ging - Thank you Dennis. So many great Lambs, here, with yours being one of my favorites.
@mitch4ging Thanks Dennis! Nice Horn Lambsfoot sir!
Looking better than ever Taylor
Thanks a lot Dennis, hope you're doing OK buddy That's a cool pic my friend, very interesting
Morning Guardians, got quite a bit on today, but I just wanted to check in Have a good day folks
Thank you very much, Dennis.
Auspicious photo of your stag HHB, David!
Your I*XL lambsfoot is smoking hot, Harvey!
Sad but true, Ron. Lots of good memories though! For example, the preeminent pair in John's post that follows.
Good point, Vince, although I'm much more likely to have a Marttini knife (no lambsfoot, though) than a martini drink.
You always have interesting contributions, Jack!
My understanding is that a "fly guy" is different from a "flyboy"; is that correct??
Such striking stripes on your 2019 Guardians ironwood, José!
That's an excellent toolkit, Jack! The pouch with all the loops looks perfect for organizing tools!
Your space shuttle lambsfoot fits perfectly into that SF cover illustration!
I'll keep you in my prayers, ED. I look forward to seeing you back here, hale and hearty, in a few weeks. I've heard of a person putting his foot in his mouth, but you're the first I remember who plans to put part of his leg in his mouth! Best wishes!
I'll also be praying for you as you continue your treatment, Bill. What you say about attitude certainly makes sense.
Thanks for your hospitality to Linus, and I eagerly anticipate the adventures you'll have with him!
Dynamite photo of your stag HHB with that dandy old drill, Dennis!
Sounds like you're lightning on blades, Dan!! I did a quick computation, and your 12k/hr is twice my 6km/hr walking speed! I think saving your acrobatics until you have an audience is a good way to build your legend!
Primo pile side on your AC, Ron! I don't think I've seen that side very often.
Thanks for sharing that adventure with us, Jack; quite an unusual day!
Dave, your stout looks delicious, and your stagHHB looks stout!
Very interesting photo report of your trip, John; thanks!
What could be fancier than an acclaimed 2019 Knife of the Year, Jack??
I appreciate your insightful comments and supportive compliments, Mark. Your ironwood is looking splendid!
That jigged bone WCLF is certainly a knife to crow about, Ron!
Mark & Rachel, the orange tints in your stag handles seem highly desirable to me!!
Heck of a horn handle on your lambsfoot, FBC!
Cool photo of your rosewood lambsfoot, Vince! Any 4-leaf clovers in there?
Exquisite 2018 ebony, José!
Good Eye, Taylor!
Cracker Jack for me this week:
Gary 2019 was definitely a landmark year for all of us Lambsfoot lovers! I normally show the mark side of my Ashley’s Choice simply because that’s the way I photograph my knives. The pile side is beautiful in its own way.
Thank you Gary! Cracker Jack is looking great my friend!
Thanks, Gary. I do like its fiery color. (Marmite, not so much)
I wonder if the bright white area near the bolster will mellow and darken. Time will tell.
Thank you, Dennis.
Nice picture of your Horn Lamb and tools.
Now I know who to call to work on my electronics, something I've never messed with.
Looks like a very fancy day, Jack.
Thank you, GT.
The WCLF and Hartshead lead the pack for 2019.
Thank you, GT.
Even though California history isn't very old, it's quite interesting.
Nice to see C.J. again.
Good Morning Guardians
Thanks, Gary. Cracker Jack is looking classy.
Good morning Guardians! Totin this 2018 Ebony Guardians Lambsfoot SFO today!
Good morning! Is that a Tennessee pry bar? I thought only Texans went for state-shaped stuff (you can buy anything Texas-shaped, from jewelry to corn chips)
Many thanks, Gary.
Thank you very much, Gary.