Wow. A couple of classy, classic Jacks, Gev and Nick
Picked a mess of muscadines today. With my glennbad modded 82. These need a day or two to ripen better. Picking these tells me that fall is fast approaching. Felt the need to open a bottle of apple cider from our trip to Tennessee. Stuff is good. They said I had to drink it in 3 hours after opening. Or was it 3 days? Either way, I better err on the side of waste not! Me getting fall cider drunk in August may be a good thing. I'm off to see if I have a knife to do an early Christmas giveaway this year!
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Thank you Harvey! It was one of 2 Kutmasters up for auction and the seller mentioned that the blades were covered with "something like molasses;" I immediately thought Cosmoline and bought it. I was fortunately correct and once I carefully removed 99% of the Cosmoline it was a knife that had defied time. Quite a lucky guess!
Thank you very much Tom!!! You always have such great scout knives paired with wonderful fixed blades, like todays US Army WWII scout and your outstanding Bark River; two of my favorites!Great photo JJ, the scout is fantastic
Superb Empire jack Nick!!!
I cannot blame you; definitely on the "all time" list of GEC made knives!!!All weekend since I’ve really missed my Waynorth
Thank you Gary, I love the "old timey" cutlery!Thanks for making room for us in your time machine, JJ; two terrific timber examples!
Thanks again Gary!!!Titillating Toothpick, JJ!
Excellent choices as usual Gary; the covers on your RR look super cool!!!Watch Pocket Knife of my Vacation Fortnight is a Rough Rider copper pen knife with jigged buffalo horn handles, pictured with a stone from Whitefish Point on Lake Superior:
I agree 100% Jeff; their fish knife is quite an amazing slicer!Hammer Brand knives are great!
My HB fish knife is due for some pocket time.
You're well equipped for whittling in style.To start this weekend I'm planning on some more "weekend whittling" with these two; the new GEC 29 wearing Orange Osage and an early 80's Shrade split-back in green bone.