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Fit and Finish
April 12, 2020, 12:50 pm
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whinchellknife

April 12, 2020

As we work through this whole pandemic and the policies in place for us to stay home, I have been completing projects. Yesterday, I finally got the handle on this knife made from a farrier’s rasp.

I don’t like this part of knife making. I enjoy the design and forge stage, by felt uncomfortable putting on the handles and finishing the knives. I finally just did it! After three days in the forge, I have completed three. Two have wood handles and one is from deer antler. I am no expert, but feel much better. I simply followed “Nike’s” advice and “Just did it”

I am making several trips back and forth to the barn. Our pregnant mare is nearing her due date. I pace like an expectant father. She just eats and walks around wondering why I spend so much time just looking at her. We still have a few days to go, but my patience is being tested.

We celebrate our Risen Lord today. We sent well wishes to friends and family, Soon we can all gather…what a great day that will be!


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Happy Easter, Ralph and all the Riceland Meadows Folks! He is Risen, INDEED!!

Comment by Rick Ward

Thank you!

Comment by ricelandmeadows

Happy Easter to you, Connie and all the family! 🌷

Comment by Sonya

Thank you!!

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