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Al Dolney

Larry Harley Lonesomepines Knives

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He was one of my mentors, and a good friend of the founder of this forum, Don Fogg.  Not to mention a larger-than-life bear of a great guy.  He is still missed.  

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I never met Larry in person,but communicated with him on Pal talk newbies group Ray Rogers started.Larry was coerced into joining by  Ron (Bowie) Claiborne .Didn't have a lot of newbies show up but a lot of good knife talk among the group.

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I really enjoyed the hammer-in Larry put on, though I only made it up there to it at his place once I think. He was one of those rare types who seemed larger than life. It was around that same time that I met Jim 'Paw-Paw' Wilson, which was shortly before his untimely death. May they rest in peace. The renaissance in smithing over the last few decades would not have happened without the willingness to teach and share that people like them and a number of others including Don Fogg were thoughtful enough to offer, coming as it did at just around the same time that the Internet took off.

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