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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
LOL! I think you have deserved it Harvey, together with a lot of our other Guardians
Thank you Jack!
Have a fantastic weekend Guardians
Yes! Hope he's able to check in soon.
Thanks for the kind remarks, Jack! Yeah, that wretched Arthr is not a kind fellow!
I do believe your Dennis is a bit more ornery than ours over here!
Hey, isn't that your HHB?
Thank you, Mr Ron!
Thanks, John. The wood bear is from Ruidoso, and the mug......Black Bear Diner
Great looking herd!
But what a great shot it is! Hope the Tulips (?) recovered!
Awsome knife/pistol shot, and a string of fantastic photos and history!
Thank you for the very kind words, Harvey! Always a good day when I can come here and visit my friends!
Another outstanding Lambsfoot, and a favorite cookie of mine as well!
Thank you very much, José!
Not bad at all, two personalities in one knife!
Boasting a Beautiful Baxter, Brother! Nice one, Harvey!
A grand thought and a grand photo, Mark!
Same to you, Jack!
Live the black theme!
Happy Ystävänpäivä to you as well, my friend!
Very cool effects there, Josê!
Thank you, Gary! A stellar reply, and such a perfect foto of your Lamb....and Blueberries!! Had a little tear in my eye thinking of it!
Super high caffeinated shot!! Love some fresh squeezed bean juice!
Great Rocky Top Shot, Bill!
Sounds like a great plan, although Johnny was a bit macabre on that one!
Lovey shot of a rose of a knife, John!
Double Dandy Day, Ron!
Them lambs sure love to eat!
Mmmm, sweet pair, Jack!!
The other day after being 70° F, the next day, this!
I wish we would get a little snow. Not a lot, just enough to enjoy the novelty.
It only stayed a couple of days, but at least we finally got some. Maybe those northern guys can push some your way!
Yeah, they always have some to spare!
Thanks for the compliment Dennis! Great photos! We had four inches of snow last Saturday but it was gone by 1:00PM. It doesn’t take long to melt at 50F.
Jack, Glenn does exceptional work but for now his books are closed due to the back log. I am attempting to get my MM fixed up to my liking but I'm keeping my expectations low for now.
Are you guys talking about the "s__w" word
Our high temp today topped at -14 Celsius, sunny day with not much wind.
We decided to bundle up really well and go skating.
My ebony lamb did not want come, it had had enough of the cold and so did my Hartshead .
So it was my African Rosewood turn.
I did the 5 km skate but today I was a minute slower than my previous one.
Then it was time for hot chocolate
I took my cup outside to at least pose for a pic by the fire
Then we skated some more and had more hot chocolate.
But it was reaaaally cold !!!
If not for the toe and hand warmer packs that you stick inside boots and gloves my kids would not have made it.
Looks like tomorrow is going to be a perfect day for skating ( -3 Celsius forecast )
Perhaps my ebony lamb would want to come along again
Now I want their Chicken Fried Steak!!!
Thank you, Dennis.
Don't wish for something so horrible. If you'd like I can put some in a bag and ship it to you, but.it might.need to be re-frozen once it gets there. Snow also isn't very condusive to your hoped for pea planting...
Having a "closer" look at some Lambfoot models.
Yes, that is my Microscope set from a loooong time ago.
While it sure is nice to see outdoor pictures from my warm weather Guardian friends, I also enjoy seeing the winter scenes from my fellow Northern friends.
When the conditions are just right (higher humidity and a quick drop in temperature) we get some beautiful ice crystal effects on trees and bushes.
Beautiful... Looks like a postcard.
Oh, I know I wouldn't like to deal with snow all winter. Shoveling it or driving in it, etc. But when it snows here, it's such a rare thing that the whole city shuts down.
Beautiful. I didn't know you lived in Narnia!
The definition of Winter Wonderland!! Nice, @herder!!
Haven't seen such a scene since I moved west as a young man!!
Perhaps a little late in the day, but Linus wishes you all a happy Valentine's Day! He's showing his sensitive side today.
Oh, they've toned Dennis down hugely over the past few decades His main activities used to be truanting, breaking windows, knocking policeman's helmets off, playing pranks on various 'authority figures', stealing ice-cream, beating up 'softies', and generally 'menacing' the neighbourhood And most episodes would end up with him being soundly thrashed by his father At least he still has a slingshot (I think), or a catapult, as we traditionally say here, but I knew things were on the slide, back in the 80's, when they replaced the half-brick with rubber!
Morning Guardians, I'm afraid I don't have time to get properly caught up this morning, but have a great weekend, and I'll see you all later
Thank you very much for your attention, Dennis.
Good Morning Guardians
Taking my 97 year old mom to lunch and shoe shopping. This should be an adventure.