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Baby Hot Goose today - East Beach fare = 19 knives 3 months 4 weeks ago #17545

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19 Knives today – I like it..... :) ... :)

Had some to take home and return later today and some for Sunday.

Good luck to everyone – see you on the bay or the land of nada for surfchurch spin.
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here is short vid from today: 2 mins.
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Baby Hot Goose today - East Beach fare = 19 knives 3 months 4 weeks ago #17547

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Hey Tuf, every time I watch the weather in one of your vids, I want to emigrate. Is that Virginia? And what does hot goose mean? Even Google can't help me.

That parer in the last shot has a great shape. Is it a Shun?
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Baby Hot Goose today - East Beach fare = 19 knives 3 months 4 weeks ago #17548

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Great job as usual I would say the parer is a Shun definitely the 3rd and forth customers knives look as is they are not designed for cutting on a board unless you keep the heel ends away from the board for cutting . My guess is that they are budget supermarket knives . Still if the owner likes them then there is no problem.
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Baby Hot Goose today - East Beach fare = 19 knives 3 months 4 weeks ago #17550

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LeoBarr wrote:
Great job as usual I would say the parer is a Shun definitely the 3rd and forth customers knives look as is they are not designed for cutting on a board unless you keep the heel ends away from the board for cutting . My guess is that they are budget supermarket knives . Still if the owner likes them then there is no problem.
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leo

it is okay to call them crap. that is the term i use for them.
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Baby Hot Goose today - East Beach fare = 19 knives 3 months 4 weeks ago #17551

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mark76 wrote:
Hey Tuf, every time I watch the weather in one of your vids, I want to emigrate. Is that Virginia? And what does hot goose mean? Even Google can't help me.

That parer in the last shot has a great shape. Is it a Shun?

Mark
yes shun - broken tip and big knife was wooden handled 1954/56 cutco she told me.

klondike, hot goose...........just slang i use to say i had a good day sharpening or finding gold.... ;)
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Thanks I really wanted to say that. Still if the customer is paying it is all good.
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