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  1. Thread: Awright

    by jbrown14
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    Hi John, Sounds like your kids have a great Dad!...

    Hi John,
    Sounds like your kids have a great Dad! :D
    Welcome to the community from me in the great Northeast US.
    All the best,
    Josh
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    Hi Grant, Welcome to the forum from me in...

    Hi Grant,
    Welcome to the forum from me in Liverpool, NY, USA. :D
    All the best,
    Josh
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    That is very sad news indeed. Though I never...

    That is very sad news indeed.

    Though I never met him in person, I really enjoyed the interactions I had with him on this site. I'll miss the photos of his amazing knifework, his friendly...
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    I've watched his videos, Jon. I like the way...

    I've watched his videos, Jon.

    I like the way they're shot and edited. Especially the fact that there's no goofy music added.
    It proably wouldn't detract from the videos at all if he did...
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    More smiles in the second picture. :D Josh

    More smiles in the second picture. :D

    Josh
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    I think it's about time you updated the "What...

    I think it's about time you updated the "What Have You Bought Now!!!???" thread with all the poshcrafting gizmos and gadgets you've acquired in the interim. :D

    Good to see you back on here,...
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    That's a great thought, David. I like to point...

    That's a great thought, David. I like to point out Jewelweed to my kids (or whoever I happen to be with) as it can usually be found in close proximity to Poison Ivy for which it is a remedy.

    I'm...
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    In my line of work for a local utility (based out...

    In my line of work for a local utility (based out of the UK...I'll let you guess) we have received warnings from "corporate" just about every spring since I started 5 years ago about the dangers of...
  9. Thread: Solo coffee

    by jbrown14
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    T^ I'm going to have to try cowboy coffee some...

    T^
    I'm going to have to try cowboy coffee some time, I've always been hesitant to try making it that way.
    The coffee boiling away in your picture looks great to me, rich and dark...mmmmmmm.
    Coffee...
  10. Thread: Solo coffee

    by jbrown14
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    This is my personal, one-cup coffee maker. I've...

    This is my personal, one-cup coffee maker. I've been using this almost exclusively for both home and work, and hope to give it a go next time I'm out and about.

    Melitta Pour-over cone

    I've...
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    Easy there, Valantine. I was referring to the...

    Easy there, Valantine. I was referring to the show "The Only Way Is Essex" or "TOWIE" which I haven't seen, but have heard referenced on the Graham Norton show.

    I was merely giving my opinion...
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    And is really not worth watching unless you're...

    And is really not worth watching unless you're into the semi-backcountry version of 'The Jersey Shore' or 'TOWIE' for the UK set.

    People running around dressed in motorcycle leathers and denim who...
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    The spit after every taste had me rolling. That...

    The spit after every taste had me rolling.
    That was great! :D

    JB
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    I KNOW! I got that awful tight feeling in my...

    I KNOW! I got that awful tight feeling in my sternum when I started reading it!
    :shocked:

    Josh
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    I'm lucky. I live about 2 hours drive from one...

    I'm lucky. I live about 2 hours drive from one location, and 4 hours from another. :D
    Their store in Harrisburb, Pennsylvania is like a giant museum of the outdoors.

    ATB!
    Josh
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    At my employer, we are provided a rudimentary...

    At my employer, we are provided a rudimentary course which is labelled "AET" or "Annual Expert Training." Somehow after a 6 hour course that covers first-aid, CPR, physical and cybersecurity, and...
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    At the risk of sounding completely obvious...it's...

    At the risk of sounding completely obvious...it's always easiest to remove bark the more recently the wood was cut.

    This past summer I had a couple of small Norway Maple saplings coming up in...
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    What an amazing snake! Absolutely beautiful...

    What an amazing snake! Absolutely beautiful scale pattern.
    The picture prompted me to look it up and now I've gained a little more knowledge this morning. :D
    Thanks!

    Josh
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    Love the pommels, love the jimping, REALLY love...

    Love the pommels, love the jimping, REALLY love the sheaths.

    Some years back, I put an STKR Scout knife from Mike Pryor on my short list whenever it happened that I got another bonus at work. I...
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    I love this thread. Thanks for the laughs,...

    I love this thread. Thanks for the laughs, gents.

    T^

    Josh
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    I LOVE that setup! It looks so spacious on the...

    I LOVE that setup! It looks so spacious on the inside. Room for gear under there if it starts to come down in buckets...

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    Thanks for posting!

    Josh
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    Not just you, Adam, Not working for me either....

    Not just you, Adam,
    Not working for me either.
    Big-time bummer, huh?

    Josh

    (I started typing and realized it was coming out as a haiku... :D )
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    I have a Mora #1; it's the first scandi-grind...

    I have a Mora #1; it's the first scandi-grind knife I've ever owned, so I was a little hesitant about touching the edge up last time I broke the stones out for a touch-up.

    I found Ray Mears'...
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    Nearly 6 years ago I had heart surgery to repair...

    Nearly 6 years ago I had heart surgery to repair a leaky valve, they actually went in twice; once via DaVinci robotic surgery, and then 2 weeks later via an emergency thoracatomy (if I'm spelling...
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    Very impressive! I've yet to do that, but I'm...

    Very impressive!
    I've yet to do that, but I'm looking forward to trying again (and again...)
    Congrats!

    Josh
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