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Very nice job there sir
The healing power of nature.
It needn't be fancy or complicated to be enjoyable and restorative.
Nice, will do.
I used to buy in bulk myself but I've taken to roasting it myself these days. It's pretty simple to start with, but the rabbit hole...
Really nice job.
I've made some clothes pegs, but not as tidy as that.
You are kidding?
That's awesome if you're not, and I think you're not. Pics when finished please?
From one nerd to another
Well despite all those that know what they're talking about, I think it's a brilliant piece of re-purposing.
Probably a hell of a lot of fun to...
I am, but like I say, I need to justify the price tag.
It's a lovely knife.
I'll give it some thought. Thanks.
<<runs off to find justification for buying another knife>>
That's a handsome knife.
What are the dimensions please?
I agree with all the above.
Beautiful lines, lovely shape and the grain in particular looks great.
That makes sense now! Thanks. It's s beautiful knife.
I'm confused and perhaps I'm missing something.
But if it cost you £87 why are you asking for £160?
Such a lovely outcome from a passing of a friend.
I didn't know Drew, and I've not been on the forum long, but it warms my heart when people...
Nicely put sir.
I agree with all of that, and couldn't articulate it better. So I won't try!
There's one in Bristol, but that might not help as others are talking about Northern shops
I started in a DD camping, but like others, found it too narrow. I'm 6'1 so i went for the ticket to the moon double and it's more comfortable...
Lovely kuksa and DIY kit in the other thread btw. Sorry to be "off thread". Is that a thing? Apologies if it is, this forum lark...
Brilliant stuff John.
It's got more character than some of that new titanium-non-stick-self-washing-collapsible-into a matchbox nonsense.