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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by Jack Black, Jun 26, 2016.
Great photos Jack! The 14th century church is quite beautiful! I'm glad there was nice weather. I'm sure the day was very enjoyable for y'all!
Thanks Jack! We're playing quote tag this morning! I slept well, thank you. I went to bed a little early last night and my internal alarm (aka bladder) woke me after my usual 5 or 6 hours.
I'm starting my morning off with a hot black coffee and a dandy of a Lambsfoot! Hope your weekend continues to be a good one my friend!
I totally agree with you Jack. Charlie's persistence really payed dividends for us 'Lovers of the Lambsfoot"! And yes, I am one of the fortunate ones Jack. I have all three versions of Charlie's Lambs. I really need to make a new picture of the trio but this one is all I have for now!
Many thanks, Gary.
Awesome horn, Gary.
Thanks a lot Ron, after so much time cooped-up it was certainly nice to get out and stretch my legs. I think Pannal is only about 10 miles away from me, but that's the furthest away I've been in over 3 months!
We are indeed my friend I know what you mean, I had an early night, but then woke up early too I have never really been one for lying in, even as a teenager I always had too much to do! I've just had a black coffee with my WCLF
I thought so Ron, it's great to see all three of them together Do you know how many were made in smooth white bone?
Thank you Bill, yes it is perfect.
My Sunday Sausage Sammich
They'd probably tell you they've got their rights.
If it is Sunday then there is a sausage sammich somewhere in the world
The WCLF h'aint bad either
Just splendid Ron
Jose, such a terrific lambfoot and with such character
A lovely Charlie Lamb.
That's some beautiful scenery. So glad you got a hike in.
That's my favorite picture. Kind of fits the image in my head about what the country side looks like in England.
You're a lucky man indeed, Ron. Hard to pick a favorite out of those three.
I will join you in a Sunday Sausage Sammich a bit later.
They'd have got short shrift! They're allowed to cycle on bridleways, but not footpaths. There must be some very inconsiderate cyclists in the Harrogate area, because there are miles and miles of footpaths, which can barely be walked anymore because they've been ruined by mountain bikes. The paths end up being turned into six foot wide mud slides. The same happens to bridleways of course (where, legally, pedestrians and horses still have the right of way, which is routinely ignored). Then they tarmac them!
Thanks a lot John, enjoy your sausage sammich I've just had some cheese on Rich Tea biscuits, it worked pretty well!
Good Morning Guardians.
Time for my Recycled Sunday Lambsfoot picture...
Jack, thanks the photographic summary of your stroll in the countryside. Very enjoyable to see it and the photo of your most excellent lambfoot knife.
Thank you kindly Bill
Thank you, @cudgee, for your concern. The numbers are not good in Texas. We had several days this week with over 10,000 new cases reported. Without getting into the politics of leadership (and the lack thereof), I'll say Americans are a stubborn bunch, and Texans only more so. I'm afraid it's going to get worse before it gets better.
I'm lucky to be able to work from home this summer, and my friends and I are having some well-distanced outdoor picnics and Zoom happy hours...
I've not heard of Crimplene, but similar fabrics were popular here in the states. They were...colorful.
I'm glad you got a nice long hike in this weekend. It's expected to be around 105 degrees today, so I doubt I'll do much outside if I can avoid it. There's talk of having backyard brunch at the neighbor's but I doubt it will last long.
John, I see that the wolf is out and about!