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Tim Lonnee

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About Tim Lonnee

  • Birthday 09/01/1951

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    Windsor Ontario
  • Interests
    Hunting, fishing, archery, working with steel
  1. Tried a mohawk once, but with only a dozen or so hairs, it just didn't look right.
  2. Lit mine for the first time since the heart attack. Got a beautiful big orange ball. Checked the burner, poked a stick in, and had a tug o war with a BIG spider. Works good as new after kicking her and her nest out of it.
  3. An old friend of mine wants to get her Name and its meaning in as many different languages as she can. I know I could use a translater, but there are sub languages that would not be listed. She is a great gal, and wants to make a framed thing with all this on it.Her name is Rita, the meaning is A Pearl. So if ya could send it , , Rita- A pearl. I sure would owe ya. Thanks guys.......Tim
  4. May I bother you for a second.I have 3 old anvils.(forgive my spelling please). One is a Mousehole,a Hey Budden , with a spot odd the horn for making horseshoes, and a Peter Wright, that says its solid wrought.They are well used through the years. Would i destroy the age and value if i had a shop resurface them. And would i just be better off just saying gee thats cool, and getting a new anvil.

  5. May I bother you for a second.I have 3 old anvils.(forgive my spelling please). One is a Mousehole,a Hey Budden , with a spot odd the horn for making horseshoes, and a Peter Wright, that says its solid wrought.They are well used through the years. Would i destroy the age and value if i had a shop resurface them. And would i just be better off just saying gee thats cool, and getting a new anvil.

  6. If you are ever coming through Canada, Windsor to be exact, contact me through here. I will give you my address.I have a large stack of 3 foot saw blades, the round jobs.They work like L-6 steel. Very hard and tough when finished.One should keep ya going for a while.No charge man, just pick it up....Tim

  7. I was getting into that one big time. Shucks, ran out of pictures.
  8. I have some BIG saw blades. Have made knives out of them. They act just like L-6.Get crazy hard, hold an edge like a good thing. I have , i bet, at least 15 of the 3 foot buggers.I know its a ways away, but bring something to trade and pick one out. No trades refused.One of your RED Heads ........aw never mind. Talk to ya soon...Tim
  9. WOW.....Love it.Not my place to say so I realise, but I would not change a thing. The pattern and shape of the blade look great.The knife in general is eye candy........Tim
  10. Thanks a million guys. Needed a bit of a vent I guess. Damn sure right , one bite at a time on them gators. Funeral is thursday, final act i guess.Don, thanks for sharing your loss and it kinda lets me know that the future will get better.Looking foreward to banging hot steel again but it will have to wait until the vultures are done trying to land here. Funny how all of a sudden folks want something.Being a bit of a hammerhead i just run them off with a polite word and a good boot.Once again folks, thank-you from the heart, means a lot coming from you people.Alwayslook at your work and wonder about my skills, but time will improve all things. Have a good one all....... Tim
  11. Since I feel kinda close to all here I figured a brief explanation as to why I haven't been on lately.Wife was sick for a while with cancer.She finally gave up and passed away a few days ago.Very peaceful with all of her family there.Between taking care of her and work I have been up to my butt in alligators.Found out she gambelled away insurance payments and bank money so its been interesting as hell. Still being a stubborn bugger I am getting on top of it.Most is payed and a remorgage will take care of the rest.Anyway tanks for listening.Just venting a bit and using you as a sounding board. Sorry about that.Feel free to delete this Don, I understand.Personal stuff should be kept personal. Just needed someone to vent at. Have a good one all....Tim
  12. Haven't posted much lately. Kinda busy taking care of family problems.Sickness and all. Did pick up an old anvil on the route. Looks like it says Mousehole on it. Haven't cleaned it up yet, but the gent said grab your cart and get it out of here.No charge!Good bounce back to it and doesn't ring as loud as the Hey Budden. Only about 125 lbs but still a beauty.Never heard of a mousehole anvil. Any info would be great. No pics yet but soon as I can figure out how to get them on I'll put them in if ya like. Have a good one....... Tim
  13. Looks great.Handle seems to look comfortable.Good stuff sir.... Tim
  14. You are definately in the right direction to where you want to be.Personally I would take the tine off.Looks like it is out of place and uncomfortable.To my old overworked eye it looks like the spacers are a bit small as well.Still all in all I like the beast.Good solid blade that will work for you for a long time.Will look good as you wander the bush.Got a brother that lives in the mountains in NC. Loves it there.Great job on the knife sir. I am not the expert some of the folks here are, just a driver that likes to play with hot steel.Have a good one.... Tim
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