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    My brother built me a knife

    I have not seen my brother for 10 years. He is one year younger than me. He was living in Ca and running a large electrical company and sold it about 6 years ago and moved to Idaho. He spends his days riding horses and hunting in the hills and has taken up making knives so I am told. We haven't talked much. Just the way life happens.

    Last year when I was sick he called and left me a message. About 3 months ago I sent him a box of my favorite cigars as I heard he enjoys them. We were once close but life has pulled us apart.

    Yesterday I got this box in the mail. Just a return address. Nothing more. Inside was this beautiful knife. The feel is amazing and it’s so sharp it scares me. Pretty much how I would have had a custom skinner made including the choice of scales.

    We may not be the chattiest of siblings but we do know each other well.

    Thanks Mike..
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    Couple more. That’s him and I, 45 years ago, riding on our Boonie Buggy on our property in Boylston,Ma. (I'm driving) It's A stripped down 1956 Chevy Apache pickup.

    No air bags back then....just air... Three on the tree.

    We sure did have a lot of fun.
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    Looks nice
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    What a great gift. You don't have to talk everyday to be close. But it is a good reason to pick up the phone.

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    You sir have a very cool brother. Take my word for it you need to spend some time with each other before regretting you can’t.
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    Your Brother did an excellent job there!
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    Your brother has some skills. I’d like to have one.
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    SWEET!!
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    Very nice indeed!
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