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Thread: 2016 Knife Dog's Knifemaker's Christmas Exchange!

  1. #41
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    Package in the mail.
    Merry Christmas

    Great Faith, Great Doubt, Great Effort

    the three qualities necessary for training

    Slideshow of my Knives and Sheaths

  2. #42
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    This isssssssss soooooooo fun I like this exchange for X-mas mine just got dropped off in the mail.
    May everyone have a great x-mas

  3. #43
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    Package sent out today. Hope it makes it in time. We are having crazy storm right now. The person at the post office did not know when things were going to ship. Merry Christmas everyone!
    Ty Adams

  4. #44
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    Got mine in the mail today as well. I pray they can use what I sent!

    Chris

  5. #45
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    Ken H, I got my gift today and man there are lots of pretty pieces in it along with a set of scales that were instantly snagged by my quality control expert, (the wife) who called dibs on them for her new paring knife.
    My gift box to my secret sante is headed out tomorrow after I put the last of the packing material in to protect the treasures.
    Last edited by wall e; 12-20-2016 at 01:56 AM.
    Walt 😆

  6. #46
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    Ty Adams sure sent some NICE blocks of wood - I'm really wanting to try that Redwood burl.... NICE!!! The Curly Maple blocks are nice also - I'll have to use those on the wife's kitchen knives. Thanks Ty!

    Ken H>

  7. #47
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    Just got my gift into the mail today , a little late but should be there before Christmas so say's the Elf at the post office.

  8. #48
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    Quote Originally Posted by KenH View Post
    Ty Adams sure sent some NICE blocks of wood - I'm really wanting to try that Redwood burl.... NICE!!! The Curly Maple blocks are nice also - I'll have to use those on the wife's kitchen knives. Thanks Ty!



    Ken H>
    Glad you like them Ken. Hope you and family have a Merry Christmas.
    Ty Adams

  9. #49
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    Aug 2011
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    Mooseyards WI
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    My package was sent out on Saturday. It shouldn't have any trouble getting there before Christmas. If anyone has any issues, or doesn't receive something, please let me know. Things get pretty hectic this time of year, and sometimes things get missed.

  10. #50
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    I feel so blessed to have Larry Franklin as my secret Santa. He was my secret Santa last year and did a great job. He has excelled, again.

    From this date forward, I hereby claim Larry to be my secret Santa in the Christmas gift exchange. No, seriously . . . I want Larry to be my secret Santa every year.

    When I got the package and realized Larry sent it, I got the warm fuzzies inside. It took me all the way back to my childhood days and the shaking of the presents. Pretty awesome feeling.

    Here is the box. I was expecting one of the small US mail ship if it fits boxes. Nope, big old shoebox from Wisconsin.



    Here is what was inside.

    Knife Porn - always useful. I like to read the older issues. I should have a little free time over the holidays to enjoy this part of the present.



    Very helpful instruction sheet.



    Lung protection. Very important. I do not know how Larry knew I needed one of these. Kind of scary. Larry is all-knowing.



    Knife goodies. Always appreciated. Tubing, stag tips, jigged bone, elk scales, stainless steel for bolsters, Damascus for a guard (looking forward to using this piece), and some other guard materials.



    And a shameless plug. It is not Christmas without the shameless plug.



    Larry - thank you, thank you, thank you. You are a good man and even better secret Santa.

    To all you Knife Dogs - Merry Christmas.

    DeMo

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