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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Good Morning Guardians and anyone else looking in.
This is Jack Blacks @Jack Black SFO Hartshead Barlow with Rosewood covers. According to Jack, there were only twenty (20) of the Hartshead Barlow knives made with Rosewood Covers.
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Happy Monday Guardians and Happy Memorial Day to my fellow US members! A special day calls for a special knife, so I think I'll slip this one into the pocket. Plan to smoke some spare ribs today and hopefully get the kayaks out with the kids for a bit.
Good morning, Guardians, and here's hoping you all have a blessed Memorial Day! We're going to decorate my wife's family graves this morning to beat the rain, but for now RALF and I are enjoying some Pu-erh.
I tried it and it was very accurate for me too!
Back from my quick little fishing trip.
Had no luck, didn't even see a fish or anything.
But it was really nice to get up to the mountains for about an hour.
Yep, 20 in Rosewood, 77 in vintage Sambar :thumbsup Cool pics Ed
Special knife for a special day
Hope you've had a great day John
Appropriate knife Jeff
Looking good Bill
I had a wonderful hike along the river.
Where's the test y'all are talking about John? Even if you caught no fish, a day fishing is never wasted/
I had a link to that test in the nytimes.com, but you have to sign in to take it now.
Sure it’s noon-ish on a Monday, but it’s 5 o’clock somewhere (6 o’clock in Yorkshire!), and besides, oatmeal is supposed to be for breakfast, so really I should’ve started drinking this a few hours ago.
(I’m sitting at my knife cabinet oiling knives because it’s so humid in the house with the A/C out of commission. Better safe than sorry!)
The Oatmeal Stout is fantastic! I’m a sucker for stouts anyways, and this one doesn’t disappoint. Nice and toasty, just a little sweetness, not too heavy. I’m really enjoying it.
Thank you Rachel.
Here you go.
Hmm, it doesn’t make me log in to do it. Maybe you had an old link saved? (I just googled “NYT dialect quiz” to find it again.)
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 ago. It said I sounded like someone from a large southern city like Dallas or Atlanta, with a little Pennsylvania mixed in. Scarily accurate, since my parents are from Pittsburgh, and I moved to Dallas at age 12.
Thank you and deep appreciation to those in the Military, past and and present who have made the ultimate sacrifice, defending our liberty and freedom. A debt that can never fully be repaid. I would submit that all the first responders who have given their lives to protect ours, be included in this august group of Heroes.
Good Afternoon Guardians.
Looks like others got it covered.
So true, ED. It was an enjoyable morning.
Hear! Hear! Well said, Harvey.
Thanks Jack, we may get to see those again sometime...
I'm sure Newcastle Brown Ale (Newky Brown) is widely available in N.America.
LOL! I cost things in beer festivals. "How many beer festivals could I visit for the price of that..?"
Nope. Not odd.
Now that looks like a great place for a sit down. That porter is nice isn't it, but it's a while since I had it myself.
Hadrian Border do a nice one.
And funnily enough Joseph Holt's of Manchester have one, though what it's like I can't say. But it was on sale in our local Asda last week.
Your AC is looking very spring like there.
My second homemade pork pie. A tad to much salt with this one but not bad all the same.