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Scrub (n.) … “hard-working servant”, c.1709

As I have said before, there is something visceral and grounding about using a knife and I dont mean a butter knife spreading jam on your toast… I mean REALLY using a knife! Slicing up an apple in the field, … Continue reading

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Time to Bury the Hatchet…

From antler to stone to iron to steel, cutting implements have evolved over time. Materials have changed, styles have come and gone but one tool has remained the sameā€¦The Tomahawk! Originating with Native American tribes, the tomahawk has found a … Continue reading

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