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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by jackknife, Apr 8, 2008.
Thank you very much, Gary.
Awesome this Pioneer, I love to see the using of many years.
Nice choices Gary !
They might not all make it. It's going to be too warm for a jacket.
But there's no reason not to carry the Trim Trio or the Imperial, and I can't put away my new surprise Camillus. The Wright doesn't mind a little rattling around, and the Remington doesn't add much bulk.
Craftsman Serpentine Jackknife. OH
I did wear gloves when I chopped them, but the jelly isn't that hot. I'm definitely going to grow them again next year.
And I thought a head knocker cudgel was just the ticket for securing my personal space in the crowded aisles of the Badger Knife Show, so I shamelessly copied Harry and made one too.
Alas, the knife show fell victim to the flu, but this thing is handy for enforcing “social distancing”.
I had an old red elm shovel handle that I was happy to re-purpose.
I think at least five is about right!
Two Wengers in my left pocket, a pen or peanut in my little pocket, and two totes in my right pocket, and I still have room on my belt!
I don’t suffer from insanity~ I’ve learned to enjoy it.
Of the hot peppers, poblanos have become my favorite. And those are very mild compared to even jalapenos!
Maybe I’ll try growing something more daring next year, because this year’s salsa was almost too mild.
Hey! It’s Tuesday, and that means Two-two blade Jack day!
Ah! Canes! Very cool. I thought I recognized the shape. I'd love to make one, though I hardly look like I'd need one. Somedays I feel like I would though.
Are canes back in style yet? (...he asks the traditional knife forum)
I'd love to whittle a tenon to fit a brass topper.
First, ya gotta scour the flea markets for an old harness hame...
Canes in style? I look at that like I look at my knives ~ function and utility first, then style.
I was paralyzed from the neck down much of 2012. I came home in a wheelchair just in time for Thanksgiving, graduated to a walker, then canes. Now, by the grace of God, I no longer need anything to get around and get in trouble.
Have you tried chiltepin peppers? They are similar to chile pequín peppers, and are native to the US. They are my favourites. Lot of heat that dissipates quickly. I eat a lot of jalapeños too.
Case/Bose Coffin Jack in 154CM
GEC#62 in Stag for Tuesday.
Will, your Stag Chambriaird is a top notch example my friend. Is it a 10cm?
Your William Rodgers is a superb example Jack! That Charlie is a really fine fellow! Nice bone on your Queen. What has happened to our friend Paul? I hope he and his family are doing well!