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:D we better not actually do the math on that! :eek:
Thanks! It's recycled from last Yorkshire Day, but seemed to fit. (and I knew @JohnDF would...
2001, a new Lambsfoot Millennium.
That's the link, but I can't take it unless I'm signed in on nyt, or through google or facebook.
Oh well. I remember when I took it a few years...
I had a link to that test in the nytimes.com, but you have to sign in to take it now. :(
I will never complain again about my brothers not lifting a finger to help with dishes.
Cool! I've never seen that shield before. Schrade?
:D There actually is an Odessa, Texas. It's pretty far out west.
If a deep carry clip makes it difficult to retrieve your knife, that means your pants are too tight. :p:D
Yep, it's cut a lime or two. ;)
Not a bad idea. I'm only about halfway through my stay-in-place stockpile. ;)
Congratulations. That's some of the nicest grained osage I've seen on that run.
This was yesterday:
For gardening today:
Yes, that's a sprig of rosemary. I picked up the feather in the yard, and I'm not sure what kind of bird. It could be from one of...
That's pretty cool.
I think I'll look for epoxy putty next time I'm at the hardware store.
I agree. There must be a lot of knife buyers out there who like partially serrated edges, but I wouldn't know it from this forum.
Are there any rules regarding the public posting of other member's addresses? Maybe @traumkommode would want some of the screenshots edited?
Will they deliver to a USPS P.O. box?
Yes, and it looks like a real classy place!