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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
An old friend for Friday.
Those are fun and well made little watch pocket knives.
Now you know why our ancestors didn't need indoor lighting.
Gorgeous red bone on your #66 Stockman, Jack.
That's some gorgeous bone right there.
That one would HAVE to be your favorite.
Thank you, GT.
Very nice looking #74, beautiful stag.
I like that pairing Rachel.
For Black Friday... my Charlie Lamb.
For Old Friends Friday... my first GEC, the #56 Bird Dog.
As you know John!
** sweet bird dog
Thank you very much.
Pinched Peanut, and a Dan Crotts design neck knife that carries perfectly in a CK small pocket sheath.
I can't get enough of that pinched peanut!
Good morning! Life is directed by the decisions we make. Often, those decisions, and the actions they dictate can seem overwhelming. Career decisions, construction and repair projects, getting financially squared away, diet and fitness, etc, can look like a giant mess of “where do I start?”.
Unless we decide where and when to start, nothing will get done. For me, the best course is to start small and easy. Therefore, I took the easy decision first today by deciding to carry the knives that were already in my blue jeans~ this Case whittler and Vic Fisherman.
That wasn’t so hard.
Thank you, Jack!
Thank you, Gary. I only have 59 Barlows; I think the standard Barlow Barrel can hold 75.
I'm carrying this Barlow for Black Friday.
Actually I think I will Jack ... just a little lol
What happened to the white stuff Rachel ?
Wise words my friend
I am considering a flat ground Trout and Bird Grohmann for a fixed traditional blade in my collection ( and for camping this summer to complement a folder knife ) , and a Canadian one at that .
I put it in the cart last night ... I just have to talk to chief financial officer of the house
Everyone have a great weekend.
Glad to hear you got out there—it’s always good to venture into the wilderness, even if for just a bit.
I’ll have to work tomorrow, but TGIF! Been a busy week and I’m ready for a little break!
Ebony Lamb again today.
You all seemed to like the load of hay going out the other day, so I grabbed another picture earlier this morning. Sent 18 squares of that “high octane” alfalfa with a guy for his horses.