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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Went back to EDC an old friend yesterday, with me today as well. OH
Great pair, Jack. Have fun celebrating.
Hope you feel better soon, Jer.
A fine pair indeed,
Your Robeson is wonderful!!!! I can't believe the etch is still so prominent, after all this time.
So true. It's hilarious, considering how large New York State is, and the relatively tiny amount of that real estate "The City" actually takes up. I have the pleasure of living in Columbia County. It's "Upstate" to the city folks, but "Downstate" to the most of the people upstate. It's all very confusing. . But my real home will always be in the Adirondacks.
Here are a few pics from my last Adirondack camping trip, earlier this month.
I've got two knives in my pockets today. The SwissTank is still taking up residence in my coin pocket. But the old Camillus Army Engineers knife is riding shotgun in its pouch. I've really missed the Camillus as of late. But now that the the less humid months have arrived, it'll get and more pocket time.
For today, is my Hartshead Barlow and a GEC #78... A great combination of blades.
@5K Qs ~ re: Ps:61, not this time, but it seems you can’t find a Psalm that has not been appropriated by lyricists!
Eagle,Phil. cigar jack, and BSA 72.
I’ll be smoking two 15lb birds to take to Mom&Dad’s tomorrow~ safe travels to all who will be on the road!
Santa must think I have been good … not sure about that but have been very lucky recently. Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving, I have plenty to be thankful for.
I decided to pocket this one as well. In keeping with the old and well used cattle knife theme for today.
One of my favorites on turkey prep day. She’s all shot up and seasoned and ready for the “Big Easy”.
Wooden wednesday for me.
Thank you kindly, JJ !! An outstanding pair you're toting; that TL-29 is mesmerizing....wow !!!
Outstanding, Jack !! The photographs are captivating.
Nostalgic photo, Gary !!! Puma goodness and love the pocket watch
Today's things. Finishing up some work and fixing some fences from last night's storm. The clouds were crazy last night before the windstorm hit! Hope everyone has a short week and safe travels!
Thanks John, someone has to support those poor folks over the hill
Those are fantastic photos Buzz, couple of great knives too
Great pairings gents
Thank you very much Gev
Great character on that one Gev. The mint knives shouldn't get all the glory.
LOL ! I get a kick out of the old relics. Still great snap and no wobble
My wife and I and all three grandkids are on antibiotics. That's the real reason for all this holiday stuff, just to help us think about something other then being sick and the long winter ahead!
Very true, Buzz. Found this on the web, some of it is spot on!
1. Your idea of a traffic jam is 10 cars waiting to pass a tractor
3. You measure distance in hours
4. You know several people who have hit deer more than once
6. You stay in your house most of the summer because you aren't used to the heat
7. You drive at 55 mph through 10 feet of snow during a raging blizzard without flinching
11. You carry jumper cables in your car and your girlfriend knows how to use them
14. Driving is better in the winter because the potholes are filled in with snow
16. You know 4 seasons: almost winter, winter, cold, construction
There's a bunch more!
Well we're getting ready for Thanksgiving Day here at Peregrin's Roost. Sausage dressing and eggs for breakfast. Sorry no pic, I ate it that fast!
Along for the day and tomorrow and a bunch after that, on a colorful Thanksgiving themed placemat.
Safe travels to all of you that are heading "home" for the holiday!
Many of those sounds like the south also. Except the snow and cold ones...
I never did make that sausage dressing you sent the recipe for. I need to try that one day
Some of those, sounded a lot like Alaska too.
The regular sized Keen Kutter jack of mine somehow seems smaller today.