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    Spyderco Forum Registered User Jazz's Avatar
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    Walk in the woods with Jazz and friends

    Beautiful Fall day - went for a walk down by the river...

    Tasman PE (I love this knife) and Atlantic PE Wharncliffe hanging out:





    Hey, where'd I put that Tasman?! Good thing for yellow handles!



    Doing one of my favourite passtimes in any season - whittling, and a knife that does it well:



    A great knife - sorry, the rest of my Stretch pics didn't turn out:



    And a couple of posers in Autumn splendor:







    Thanks for lookin' and sorry I don't have a better camera/skills.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Nice photos, Jazz. You have great camera skills, IMO. What part of Alberta is that? I'm from BC and I have friends in Calgary. I've been to Alberta a handful of times and have always loved it, but I don't know the province nearly as well as I'd like.

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    that first pic is kool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Pyres View Post
    Nice photos, Jazz. You have great camera skills, IMO. What part of Alberta is that? I'm from BC and I have friends in Calgary. I've been to Alberta a handful of times and have always loved it, but I don't know the province nearly as well as I'd like.
    It's the Oldman River outside of Lethbridge. I'll bet you have a bit of nice scenery yourself - and thank you.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Spyderco Forum Registered User Jazz's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothOne25 View Post
    that first pic is kool
    Thanks, bro - are you a fellow hawkbill fan? Oh, was it whittling the branches fine that day...

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Another walk - whittling and birdwatching...

    Finally had a calm day here - it gets seriously windy in the Fall in Lethbridge Sure cleaned the leaves off the trees. Anyway, I just took a few pics today...

    Here's my new black Tasman hangin' out...



    Stretch...



    Stretch doing some relaxing whittling...



    My Atlantic Salt Wharnie trying to get away - it almost did because the chunk of ice was threatening to float away down the Oldman River...



    Bonus pic of some Common Redpolls eating Birch seeds...



    Thanks for lookin'.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Nice pictures Jazz! Woods pictures are the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Left Hand Path View Post
    Nice pictures Jazz! Woods pictures are the best.
    Thank you very much - I am truly thankful that I have a place like this very close to where I live. It really relaxes me... and I love to birdwatch, sit, and whittle with various Spydies.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Spyderco Forum Registered User Jazz's Avatar
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    Walk with a Wegner

    Took my very 1st Spyderco for a walk today. This knife feels so good in the hand - it's amazing!





    Bonus pic of a Hairy Woodpecker pecking on my sitting log - sorry, close as I could get, and don't have great zoom...



    Thanks for lookin'.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Winter walk

    Not a bad day at all - had to go take a few pics, whittle, etc....

    Wharnied Caracara Rescue...





    D4 PE...



    My trusty Tasman Salt sidekick...







    My newest aquisition, which I love - Black UKPK...



    Bonus pic of someone who was watching me all the time...



    Thanks for looking.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    What is that in the tree ? nice pics.
    169 and always room for one more

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    Quote Originally Posted by kankryb View Post
    What is that in the tree ? nice pics.
    Thanks - it's a porcupine. I almost sat on a log one day with one hiding underneath.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Great pics! Nature and knives, an excellent combination.
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    Milli in the snow

    Here's a few of my Black-bladed Military on an outing...





    Checking out a bird's nest...




    ... and a bonus pic of some Common Goldeneyes and Canadian Geese hanging out together - and avoiding me



    Thanks for lookin'.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Spyderco Forum Registered User Left Hand Path's Avatar
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    Nice pictures, again, Jazz!
    Thanks for sharing them. Cool knives and great scenery. I like the 'Spyderco stump'.
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    If I found that many Spydecos scattered throughout the forest, I would adopt them all! Nice pics!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChapmanPreferred View Post
    If I found that many Spydecos scattered throughout the forest, I would adopt them all! Nice pics!
    Thanks - I'm just glad I didn't step on any of them hiding in the grass and snow.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    A fine February day...

    Took along my Atlantic Salt Wharncliffe...



    ... and my lovely little jackknife, or Urban, as most of us know it...





    I think this is a Yellow Warbler's nest - tiny little thing..





    ... bonus pic of my friend again - I almost always see 2 of these guys...



    Thanks for lookin'.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    D4 mod and Salt 1 mod for a walk...

    If it wasn't windy enough to blow me back to Saskatchewan today, it would have been nice but I went for a walk anyway. Took along my D4 - it's been hogging my pocket for over a week - I quite like it. Salt 1 came along too...









    Thanks for lookin'.

    - best wishes, Jazz.

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    Nice pics. I went for my first spring woods walk yesterday. The Ramps are really starting to take off and I saw a few Dutchmen's breeches coming up. The spring wildflowers should be coming soon in NE Ohio. Looks like you have a bit of winter to go yet Jazz. I am going to have to do an Atlantic Wharnie one of these days. I just love yours every time I see it.
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