Ron LaBella, long time member & Head of Jerzee Devil, has passed away.
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Cool looking sowbelly. I have a half whittler in the Jungle Green Camo. They really sparkle in the sunlight, although I’m sure it’s more comfortable in the swamp!
Off topic, but can't help asking: Brass Rail in Alllentown/Emmaus?
Thanks, John. I do enjoy Case yellow delrin.A simply classic pocket knife
That Victorinox is simple but very cool.View attachment 1563079
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We think that Dad killed off the irises in Mom’s flower bed when he went to war against the poison ivy. The irises had come from her Mom, who’d taken them from Illinois to Missouri something like 60 years ago, then back again.
Well, I have a huge amount of perennials that came from Grandma, too, so I dug up a big bag of bearded and Siberian iris for her. Driving down to stick them in her front flower bed for her, as well as take her one of the cherry tomato plants I’ve got growing in my “greenhouse”.
I guess so. Must be blowing around in all this wind.Must be a central valley thing today
They are indeed simple! Good garden knives. Will be carrying the hawkbill version almost every day pretty soon to prune tomato plants.Thanks, John. I do enjoy Case yellow delrin.
That Victorinox is simple but very cool.
I guess so. Must be blowing around in all this wind.
Love that Schrade...one of these days I might have to scare one up. In case there’s any doubt it’s a substantial knife, your pic shows how it is almost as big as the Buck.