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    Tribal Elder Humakt's Avatar
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    Whilst having a bit of a clearout of my Flickr account I came across this picture of a Hillbill made knife. It was a birthday present to me from my partner some 5 years ago. Not only was it one of Mark's earlier knives, I believe it was the first damascus blade he's ever done (Mark can confirm/deny that). And it's still razor sharp. And it's mine!

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    'Experience is the most efficient teacher of all things,'

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    okay, here's one from my little wander last night - I needed to get out in the air and see some natural things (work getting me down).


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    great pic Bernie
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    very nice

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    I caught this about 2 years ago


    He was leaping from the patio up to the feeder approx' 5 feet

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    love motion shots!
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    This is just outside the man cave at the moment,
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    bee friendly lol
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    Finally got my laptop back in working order, so I can upload pics again .
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    These are some of eldest trees in my local woodland. The one on the top is a gigantic White Oak, over 25 meters tall, and probably close to 200 years old. The other is one of four ancient Sugar Maples, a little over 18 meters in height by my estimation, and also most likely around the 200 year mark. Just goes to show how large these trees can grow in a nurturing habitat - a taste of the past of what New England used to look like centuries ago .
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