Story behind the knife

Discussion in 'Knives & Edged Items' started by Win73, Dec 24, 2009.

  1. Win73

    Win73 New Member

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    This knife is not expensive but I like the story behind it. I had taken my family to Colorado on vacation. We rented a cabin in the mountains. We were going to go fishing in a lake near the cabin. We went to the small town near the cabin to buy temporary fishing licenses. In the little store where we bought the licenses they had a box of knives on the counter. Most of the 60 knives in my collection are not expensive or particularly special. Something about them caught my eye or they are just souvenirs of places visited. This box of knives were cheap. Most were in the $6 to $10 range. I was rummaging through the box and found this knife. It did not have a price on it. I asked the clerk how much it was. She said "Free." I said "Sold" and stuck it in my pocket.

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  2. red14

    red14 Active Member

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    The price was right. Looks like a good fingernail cleaner. You'll always remember that shop and that trip.
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