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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Kind of reminds me of our Napa Valley.
Those peaches look yummy.
What a great knife, Randy.
Those look good Les As does your Lambsfoot
Nice Ashley's Choice Randy
The wine over here isn't as good!
Did someone say "Stag Saturday"?
I can dig it Vince
But your castles are better.
Thank you Guardians for all the warm and positive vibes
I just passed your congrats to my daughter
Today I feel spent ... got up at noon lol, just want to sit on the couch all day
I may get up to start a sourdough batch
Yesterday the much desired Lodge cast iron combo cooker finally arrived
(my current dutch oven works ok but was not ideal for baking )
Thank you Jack. Well at least you have beans, beer, and bread. Cheers!
“All’s well that ends well.” That’s a beautiful Barlow, Bill.
Good Afternoon Guardians.
Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Beef Jerky and a Lamb.
Thanks Jack, appreciate the info
Lambfoot content for the day, had to crop a blasphemous sheepfoot out of this recycled photo from an old stag Saturday post
I come here mostly for the pictures!!!
Oh, and for Jack Black's research!!
The peaches are from Alabama I think, they are tasty!
Thank you very much, Charlie.
Yep. That movie’s almost 30 years old!
Great photos, Jack! Not really sure what’s going on in that last one, though.
That’s awesome, Dan!
Great mug, Jack!
What kind of person prefers unbuttered toast?
(Besides Elwood, that is.)
I must’ve missed that. I certainly hope things turn out better than that in the end!
Unless you've gone vegan for your diabetes.
The closest I can come to sharing a pint with @Jack Black and @donn at one of those wonderful English pubs they often post about and I'm sure are missing frequenting.
Picked up from the brewery/pub as a to-go order. Love the place: the beers are served from hand-pulled beer engines and they have outstanding chips (a.k.a. fries stateside). Took my Hartshead there for both the day it arrived.
For the first time in a long time I’ve been without a Lambsfoot in my pocket all day. It’s been a long, hot, hard day. I’ve got my stag big’un now and I’m relaxing with a hot cup of builders tea and a few cookies.
It's red flowers today!
Hope you perked up later Dan, your new cast iron addition shows your Lambsfoot off to perfection
The Three 'B's! Hope you enjoyed your jerky
A pleasure Rob, thanks for your photo-cropping efforts, three really sweet Lambsfoot knives there
Blimey! Do you know, I've never actually seen it Barrett, but I enjoyed your clips the other day
Thanks, that background shows lace-maker Dorcas-Ing, aged 87, when she was sketched for that 1939 engraving
Thanks again buddy, I wonder if Vince has come across Saul Goodman!
LOL! Now that film I have seen dozens of times! When video-recorders were fairly new here, and the pubs still closed at 11.00pm, a few of us would regularly go to watch a post-pub movie at a friend's. He only had one film though!
How's it going Jer? I use a low-fat spread, rather than butter, on my toast these days, and find it quite acceptable. I just checked, and it's vegan too! Having said that, when I have beans on toast, I don't always butter the toast
Hope we can do it one day Greg, that sounds like a great pub I had a couple of big-hitters last night, 8% Sam Smith's Stingo, and a delicious 11.5% Chocolate Fudge Stout
Terrible thing Ron! I'm glad you're alright again now my friend, nice selection of cookies there
Beautiful photo Ben, great colours
Good Morning Guardians, it's Sunday! That doesn't mean a great deal to me at the moment I'm afraid, but I hope you all have a good one
Thanks for the kind words Harvey.
Nice photo. Reminds me of an area in Pennsylvania that I used to hunt.