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Wayland..You lucky so and so...

Discussion in 'Other Chatter' started by Tony, Jul 3, 2006.

  1. Tony

    Tony White bear (Admin)
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    I've just read the Bushcraft Expeditions newsletter

    Bushcraft Expeditions are pleased to announce Gary Waidson of Lancashire as the winner of our free to enter quarterly draw. Gary wins this hand made Sámi Reindeer Antler knife made by Per Henrik Simma of Lannavaara, Northern Sweden

    You lucky so and so :You_Rock_

    Get some pics up then mate :D

    Hang on, haven’t you got one a bit like that already? Sure you don't need me to look after one of them for you????? :lmao:
     
  2. Wayland

    Wayland Hárbarðr

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    :D It was a nice surprise for me when the call came the other day.

    I haven't recieved it yet but the newsletter contained this picture of the knife.

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    I do hope they don't mind me using it to show you.

    I'm waiting by the post box now.



    Some of you that know me will know I am a great fan of Sámi craftwork and my general bushcraft knife is an antlerknife so I'm chuffed to bits.
     
  3. jdlenton

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    you luckie luckie "person" congrats Garry


    James
     
  4. Eric_Methven

    Eric_Methven Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Now that's what I call and appropriate prize. Well done mate!

    Eric
     
  5. Woody

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    Hi all,

    For those that were wondering/e-mailing/asking re: our next free quarterly prize draw ... this is a "Gapahuk" ......

    http://img311.imageshack.us/img311/4760/gapahuk2sb.jpg

    They are nifty Norwegian shelters not dissimilar in design to the old fashioned "Baker tents" only these are constructed in waterproof nylon rather than canvas making them obviously lighter, they are ideal for summer bushcraft forays when you want to get really close to nature or just want to look out and see the woods/wildlife around you.

    Woody

    Ps .. Wayland .. I hope your knife has arrived safely.
     
  6. Wayland

    Wayland Hárbarðr

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    Hi Woody

    It arrived today, very nice indeed.

    I should get a chance to put it through it's paces this weekend and then it's going back to Norway with me for the summer. :D
     
  7. scruff

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    Congratulations Gary :)

    Hope it serves you well.
     
  8. BOD

    BOD Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Congratualtions,

    A very attractive knife
     
  9. Stew

    Stew Bushcrafter through and through

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    Gary - you're a lucky swine! :D
     
  10. Rod

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    Hi Wayland

    Well done mate
     
  11. chris

    chris Need to contact Admin...

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    that looks a great knife,

    well done you lucky sod

    Chris :)
     

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