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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Farmers Jack and Scout for Sundays carry
A few of my favorite things on this Sunday afternoon.
Classic knife for outdoor pursuits, Scott.
That pairing looks great together, Paul.
Busy weekend for me spending all my time doing house repairs for my daughter. Carried the Schatt heritage and a Schrade Saturday.
I was over-knifed today with three in the utility pocket, another Schatt, a Queen LB and a RR sowbelly. 2 days, 5 knives and only used
one once to cut open a tube of caulk.
No Dr. Pepper? And you moved up from the Ambassador?
Your culinary adventures always inspire, Dave.
I can grow stuff like a champ, but I’m afraid I’m not as imaginative as you in the kitchen.
Today, I planted two pounds of Red Chesnok Hardneck garlic. ~ your post the other day reminder me!!!
The Woodsman is my favorite Buck. Just perfect.
Harry, and Gary @Peregrin,
It’s probably a head scratcher for some of my neighbors, or they just think I’m weird, but this time of year I’m out there with the blower and the bagger on my tractor almost every day, gathering up that gardener’s gold. I actually hate it if they blow away because I want them for my compost piles.
The thought of burning them or piling them by the curb like city folks is a real head scratcher to me. But then, I am a little different!
Hahahaha @NewBlades16 ! The Dr. Pepper is reserved for the My Father Cedro Cervantes! The perfect pairing. Root Beer is for Padron. The funny thing is that since I have started smoking the My Fathers the Ambassadors taste almost flavorless to me.
Nothing wrong with that - most of us wouldn’t be hanging here at The Porch if we weren’t “a little different!” OH
Thanks Greg and back at ya. Great group of knives there You know, it's better to have and not need versus to need and not have
I have a compost pile of leaves that is 1/2 way across the back edge our property that is about 15 years old now .
Lionsteel Roundhead for Sunday.
I haul all mine to the end of our property, that borders a wood, and pile them there. I turn the pile now and then and use the compost when I need it. I don't mind if a good wind blows some of them off my lawn though!
Getting to the point I really like carrying some flavor of a Barlow and a SAK
Pocket companions for the week starting tomorrow - Boker Barlow and Alox Cadet.
Today in my pocket I carry this old CK Lambsfoot in horn.
Many thanks, Gary.
Fine pairing Ron
Thank you kindly good sir Hot sun is something we very rarely suffer from here!
What a wonderful pairing! Two great-looking knives which go together perfectly
That cornbread looks delicious Dave, as does your knife
Wishing everyone a good week I'm joining @Jtb005 in carrying an Ashley's Choice Lambsfoot, and pairing it with my #44 Gunstock, which always reminds me of Duncan @Campbellclanman, who gave it to me when he last visited Cheers mate
Thank you Jack! You can’t beat Sambar and Ebony my friend!
I’m pairing a Tidioute #92 Talon Spear with my large Rosewood Lambsfoot that I affectionately call Big Rosie! Hope y’all have a safe week!
I’ve got an apple in the lunch box and a case mini trapper in my pocket