Received it today chipmonk. Thanks so much, that is a beautiful piece of wood. We will be sure it gets in the right hands and will let you know. On behalf of everyone at iKnife Collector, thanks for being part of this community! Steve
Well if you want, we could give it as a prize in contest or something. You could mail it to me(I can give you my address) or hang on to it and we'll say its from you and you can send it if they win the contest. What do you think of something like that?
By the way congrats to your Mom, 91 is quite an achievement!
If you're sending a message to one or more people directly, use the "TO" location. If you want someone to be notified about the message, use the "CC" also. When you use either of these, their e-mail addresses will be visible to everyone else. If you want to hide everyons e_mail address, use the "BCC".
When ever I send messages to more than one person I always use the "BCC", in order to keep my friends e-mail addresses private.
"CC" generally means "courtisy copy". When you send an e'mail all people that recieve the message can also see the cc recipients e-mail address also.
Unless I'm doing business, I always use the BCC, which is "Blind courtisy copy". These addresses can not be seen by others. It's kind of a security feature that prevents others from accessing someone olses e-mail addresses.
Hallo my friend! Thank you for your comment! I have seen your pictures and the knives what you have done are amazing! So maybe you need to make a discussion on our group about your knives and how you done them? I see that many guy's like your style knives and I'm not a exception! I'm sure that everybody would like to know a little more about you knife making , how you make those interesting blades and handles and how you put everything together and .... I'm sure it will be great and I hope you like my idea!
Hallo Cipmonk! Thank You to ad me as a friend! I see you are a knife maker and if you don't mind I would like to invite you to my group Knife Making Beginners as a professional! You can share with other profesionals and beginners knife makers, with some tips and trics and show your knives!