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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Wow! We're expecting a high of 96 today.
Good morning, Guardians!
Things go better with coffee.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DAVE!!!! @dc50
It's 30 here right now and still have light snow falling. This is the latest snow fall and the heaviest I can remember and I've lived in Colorado all my life save for four years in the US Army.
Thank you Kevin Great photo
Did the maple tree make it? We have been dealing with rainy and cold weather weird for middle/end of May.
I know how you feel Preston, living in the Rockies we can have snow every month of the year.
The posts quoted below come from the weekend, when the temperature in my neighborhood neared 80˚ F. So most of the knives I single out below are AC models, since air conditioners may soon be helpful. (The high temperature on Monday was only 50˚, though .)
Good one, HAL, er, Vince!
I currently just have the Angry Ram pin/badge in it, but I've enjoyed reading about the uses other Guardians have for their tins. I'll probably soon move other knife-related keepsakes (coins, button spanners, etc.) into it to create a treasure chest.
Grand canyon and psychedelic patina on the mark side of your AC, @Travman, and the pile side stag is a rough and ready contrast!
Very cool, David! These carvings (on a much smaller scale) look like they'd be a whittling project that would fit my primitive skills.
I'm a sucker for dog/knife pics, and your photos of Lazy Daisy are superb, Mark! I'm amazed at how much our dogs sleep!
Best Break-up Song Ever, OG!! But how is the video related to the lyrics?? I'm not always good at making connections!
Amazingly Compelling AC, Dwight!!
Great shot of your AC, Ron! Do you have a pile side photo handy?
Thanks for the video, and congrats again on your K'roo, Joshua!
Unforgettable flame-like colors on your AC, Dylan!! Hope your wilderness outing is wondrously wild and wholesomely wise!
Congrats, Taylor, on making the adjustments and successfully wrapping up your first semester back! Do you have a lot of school to complete, or are you close to your goal?
Didn't know dire wolves enjoyed sea food! Fantastic shot of your ironwood, John!
One of my favorite pics of your AC, Vince! (You have many I really like. )
Glad you all enjoyed the trip, and thanks for the memorable pics, OG!!
Man Jack with me all week:
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Thanks for the encouragement, folks. I just have to learn to manage my expectations regarding The Porch as it evolves!
Thanks for the kind replies, Jack.
I try to keep fit, but it seems to take more and more time each day to keep fewer and fewer body parts operating as intended!
Good to see your "former" ironwood!
Thanks, Chin. Actually, I have the DMT Magna-glide system with some diafold diamond paddles. Most of my day-to-day honing is on unglazed pottery, though - kind of a poor substitute for a SharpMaker.
Majestic bolster stamp, Jack! (Perhaps too majestic for a former working stiff like me! )
Good to see you here again, Dave! Best wishes for the ongoing moving-in process!
Is this a UK usage of "pants"? I don't think I've heard the word used negatively like this before; what's the history of this usage??
Happpppyyyyy Birthday DAVE!!!!
Thanks, Gary, now comes the waiting for the electrician and others to call back, this could take awhile.
Thank you Taylor.
Thanks, Gary. I love both sides, which are very different from one another. But the batch of 28 all look good to me. Love that Cracker Jack of yours.
Yes, Taylor, thanks...I went out about 30 minutes ago and shook of what I could reach with the rake, I didn't see any broken branches, sun is trying to come out but the wind is picking up. I think it will be OK.
I hope Dennis @mitch4ging is doing well. His area has had tornadoes and lots of rain causing flooding. Power outages abound there. I know he said that he was preparing for the storms forecasted so he may just not have power.
@5K Qs I can do emergency substitute teaching after this semester. I'm a year and a half away!
Good news, I lost an old cherry tree to spring snow it sucked.
I took a six week camping trip a few years ago and made a loop down through Big Bend clockwise up and around through Crested Butte. The temperature span ranged from 96°F to -27°F. What a fine country we live in.
Thank you GT. Man Jack is killer!
+1 Yes they have been in the "stuff" and are still in it. Hope all is well Dennis
Fantastic photo Dwight!
Great image, Dwight. The only thing missing is you laying in the hammock.