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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Merry Christmas Eve to you and yours!
My carry today.
I thought these two would be perfect to carry for Christmas Eve and Christmas.
Thanks, Rare as hen's teeth?
Thanks, guys. Yes, Will - tasty!
Devil, get thee behind me!!! Sheepfoot? That's a hawkbill in hiding! Beautiful, Paul, in all respects.
I have a few like that, Nick. I surmised that it was from being rubbed like a worry stone, but why one side, I have no clue.
Remember, Alan, where you go, stainless is painless.
You are correct (though they'd be perfect at anytime).
That works. The only one I've seen, is yours.
This little Cripple Creek 14 today :
What an inspired idea your Beerbelly is, Jeff!
Thanks, Mark; I wonder if the transformer to power the track still works.
Dwight, the image in your first post and the text in your second combine for a sublime "Christmas card"!!
Thanks, Nick; I'm quite pleased with my first carbon steel Rough Riders.
If we're doing some "double speak", Stuart, let me say that I'm pleased to please you.
To quote David Hilbert, the famous German turn-of-the-20th-century mathematician, "Wir müssen wissen — wir werden wissen"
I admire the way you keep your priorities straight, John!
Thanks for the info on your fascinating half-stockman, John. My Trek knowledge is quite spotty. I remembered the Byron poem applied to Uhura, but I had the misconception that it was the translation of her Swahili name. I wouldn't be surprised if you could give me a plot synopsis of the episode in which the phrase occurred, as well as the character who spoke it, and what planet/civilization he represented!
@skblades handled everything admirably!!
Jack, I feel your financial pain as the stock market shrank my "nest egg" substantially here in the early days of my "golden years"!
Your ebony and AC are very festive!!
I'm surprised that the carbon steel RRs haven't arrived in UK yet, although I don't remember how long they've been sold in US; I think I've considered buying a couple for quite some time. Glad I finally did, and plan to get more!
Excellent, Will! My wife REALLY enjoyed your Hare photo!! (Arctic Hare?)
Thanks for the RR info, David, and as for a canoe cult, the more, the merrier!
Perfectly Seasonal, Dennis!!
Glad to hear that you're so pleased with that rare little shadow coke bottle, John!
What an exquisite pair of equal end pens for today, and two terrific toothpicks for Christmas, Stuart!!! (Reminds me of lines from an old hymn: "Strength for today, and bright hope for tomorrow. Blessings all mine, and ten thousand beside!")
Same wishes for you and yours, @Northwestcut! With knives like you and your fiancé are carrying, you must be a VERY attractive couple!!
Lovely knives, in bunches, as usual, @Aryan29!
Paul, congrats on the F. Buster F. Rooster whittler!! That's an awesome Christmas knife!
I can see why some muskrat love struck, @315!
Splendid pair, Taylor, and I hope you and your recently-expanded family enjoy a Happy Christmas and a safe, blessed New Year!!
Rotation Day this Christmas Eve! For the next week, I'll be carrying these, among others.
Alox Knife of the Week is a Pruner (thanks, Ken):
non-Alox SAK this week is a Vic Pocket Pal:
Stockman of the Week is a Rough Rider medium stockman in red jigged bone:
International Knife of the Week is my Opignel, a gift from my daughter a couple of years ago:
Christmas Joy to the World!
Merry Christmas everyone! Traveling with the Crown Lifter.
It's more akin to repetitious repetitive redundancy, but done over and over again.
Thanks for those lyrics. That's a fine motto.
That's a nice one, GT.
I saw what you did there. The paper wrapper notwithstanding that's no pig in a poke.
Nice coloring on the covers on that one, Gary!
Thanks GT!!!! Merry Christmas!!!
Aber ich hoffe er hat recht.
Like your Old knives and I agree on the Senator instead of Sleeveboard . I see no taper to it . Your Toothpicks are both very nice looking . I think that it is a pattern that I am going to have to give some attention to .
Merry Christmas my friend .
Nice to see that old Ulster again my friend .
Just sent you an E-Mail
I only remember that Spock said it to Ohura. I fail
Decorated Christmas cookies for Santa today, my oldest (3yrs old) chose the shapes.... dinosaurs and Texas, go figure! Moore Maker was along for the occasion.
To all the fine folks here on The Porch my family wishes you a
WOW !!! That is a nice one my friend !!!
Merry Christmas to you and Nanc .
Today A SAK, 8OT Stockman!