Jack, your stag HHB, Vic Farmer, and fixed blade are a splendid hiking trio; I hope the hike was as enjoyable as the cutlery!...
It's evening here, and I'm getting my kit ready for a hike tomorrow Carrying these three Have a great weekend everyone
Congrats on your new matched pair of work knives; you must be glowing!Got a pair of new to me F&F models with me today. The Hayn' Helper is really nice. Hope everyone has a great Friday!
Beautiful photo with all the wood, Dean!
HA !!! ... 'zactly like that Gary LOL
Outstanding knife!For black Friday
Nice knife!I carried my soda scout today. Working on a guard for the water trough float.
Superb stag lockback, José!
That's pretty cool, Todd; you must be a turtle whisperer!
What a sensational pair, Steve! I'll vote for the stockman today.Queen#10 and a Coast Cutco Stockman
You're taking some excellent photos of your fine knives lately, Dean! I enjoy the close-ups with colors and textures in the backgrounds that complement, or contrast with, the knives.
Striking pearls, gents!
That blue is sooo pretty.
A classic Lambsfoot if there ever was one.
Really like that red shield on that mini copperhead Gary, and as John said, that blue is special.
Great trio right there!
This knives are awesome, Gary.
Thanks for the kind remarks, guys....
Titanic trio Gary
Dynamic duo, Taylor!Wagon Train today on our main street. Great time with friends and family. This is what I have been carrying. Can't go wrong with this pair!
That's a superb knife! I prefer that pen knife to a Peanut.This yellow delrin Case pen for me today. A nice slim carry.
Thanks for the encouraging words, Dennis....
You'll get your groove Gary!! I was afraid me and my wife would be tripping over each other, but we do great together, and enjoy camping and sightseeing whenever we can.
Congratulations on being retired!
Next one better than the last! Great Tres Amigos, Gary!!
The Bull Nose again for the weekend!
Have a great Sunday everyone!
Clever choice of knives to accompany your words, Jack: stag HHB to represent the wondrous hike, and an Old Timer to represent your age! I can relate to your experience. A couple of weeks ago, I played basketball for the first time in 15 months, and was pleasantly surprised by how little difficulty I had running up and down the court. But the next day, my groin was very sore, and that lasted for 3 days....
I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend I had a great hike yesterday, but I'm definitely feeling my age today!
Gus, your stockman is like a real strawberry: looks so good, and so good for you!
Great photo of your "doctor's knife", Gary! I think I'm going to have to go buy a lunch pail to keep all my medications in.That "70 is the new 50" is a load of crap!
Have a safe Sunday!
Still stuck in the Bay Area, still Totin' the Hounds Tooth.
I'll switch it up when I get back home this afternoon. Until then, a recycled pic...
Glad you could get your son moved back home, John....
Switching knives now that I'm home... Just out of the mail, a Case Medium Stockman in Stag Bone.
Thanks, Bruce. I have a fairly big vocabulary when I'm thinking or writing, but in face-to-face conversation, I'm more of a "Yep","Nope", "Maybe", "Um...", "You don't say" kind of guy.GT, I don’t know that I’ve ever met anyone else possessing your way with words! As always, thank you! OH
Nice trio of knives, Rachel!60 may be the new 40, but 9 o'clock is the new midnight.
yep, pretty much.
I've got the small Italian Pruner in my pocket while doing some puttering in the garden this morning. I'll switch to the Beer & Sausage later for a neighborhood Flag Day Parade and picnic.
I could probably enjoy that kind of fishing, and wouldn't have to adjust my budget too much!Just think of it as a walk in the woods, along a stream, carrying a stick.
Yeah, I'm often debating with myself over just how essential various types of technology are....
Thanks Gary I haven't watched TV in decades, but I do watch films on DVD, and more recently, online. Years ago, I didn't have a phone for some years, but that wasn't that unusual then
Thanks, Dean. I think I've been quite fortunate with most of the stag I've come up with.Three good looking knives you have there, Gary. You seem to find good stag knives.
Sounds like that was an enjoyable musical experience, Greg!...
Thank you, Gary. Special powers may only apply to the seventh son. He's got 4 girl cousins only 2 boy cousins, but we'll see.
I was living in Chicago in the early 80's and spent quite a bit of time in small bars and blues clubs witnessing some of the great blues performers live on stage. Probably saw Willie a half dozen times, as a songwriter and performer he was one of the best and played regularly
Had these two with me all day today. GEC #74 & Klaas Whittler
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Thank you very much Gary, I enjoyed the hike as much as my three trusty companionsJack, your stag HHB, Vic Farmer, and fixed blade are a splendid hiking trio; I hope the hike was as enjoyable as the cutlery!
Thanks again my friend Good for you playing basketball Gary, I hope you're fully recovered nowClever choice of knives to accompany your words, Jack: stag HHB to represent the wondrous hike, and an Old Timer to represent your age! I can relate to your experience. A couple of weeks ago, I played basketball for the first time in 15 months, and was pleasantly surprised by how little difficulty I had running up and down the court. But the next day, my groin was very sore, and that lasted for 3 days.
Lambsfoot is looking good
Like Snake after his basketball game.Glad you made it there and back John, I bet you feel like Snake Plissken!
Wonderful photo, Jack.
Thanks, GT.I like the looks of Case's bone stag, but I'm kind of reluctant to "roll the dice" by ordering it online.
We just don't bounce back like we used to, Ed! Hope the tail bone feels better soon!These two today - Sod Buster Jr. and a single blade Sowbelly. No particular reason but one of them may come in handy when I secure our generator back in the shed. Power was out for 5-hours yesterday and the generator came through like a champ. The only real inconvenience was that I tripped on the generator cord, fell on the sidewalk and busted arse. Sore and stiff as all get out this AM.
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Thanks, Gary! I guess I could crush a pill with that knife!Great photo of your "doctor's knife", Gary! I think I'm going to have to go buy a lunch pail to keep all my medications in.
Haha... Keep dreamin.You know pal, since I hadn’t seen you post that one in a few days… could’ve been the GAW mystery knaf… I’ll just keep dreaming mmmk !!