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Hope all have a good holiday season.

 

Sticking close to home as usual, headed to the Brother in-laws for a get together in Bismarck tonight and then tomorrow off to the Mother in-laws farm for even more in-law family adventures lol.

Got my wife a Yoga package at a new studio in Bismarck she has tried a couple times and really liked the gal who runs it.

She has been hounding me for a new chopping knife as well, all our kitchen knives are antiques and or just cheap low quality stuff. Went to the store together and she found a high end Wusthof chopping knife on sale for 50 bucks, regular near 150. She got home and went to town with it almost instantly, I was in sheer amazement just watching it in action, I never knew a kitchen knife could be so sharp and easy to use, she loves it, now we want to replace all our old stuff with a complete set., very spendy but after seeing what quality can do I think it would be worth it, they had some complete sets on sale too, may have to see what after x-mas prices look like.

This is the one she got, now she wants a bigger one.

http://www.wusthof.com/usa/Products/Global-Product-Detail-Page.jsp?/classic/utility+knives/utility+chopper+4192/id-36877/

 

Utility Chopper    - 4192 / 16

Oh yeah almost forgot it wouldn't be a good W&F thread without a bit of humor. Happy festivus! Lets now air our grievances.

https://youtu.be/c8g4Ztf7hIM

 

There is a little bit of Eddy in all of us!:hug:

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Same to you Bill. Good kitchen knives are hard to beat. We bought a bunch of Calphalon knives a while back and they still work nicely.

 

Merry Christmas to all here at M1973M. 

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Merry Christmas to all you folks.

Mike, I would love to build a house just like that. It would be vey unique inside too.

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My dad gave me cash and a new Dewalt 4 1/2" angle grinder. He's also the one who picked up the iron I needed from his work so I can build my shackle reversal. I haven't been to the inlaw's yet so I don't know what's waiting for me there lol.

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I got a YETI cooler here. Maybe we can strap it on that Gator and see how long the ice lasts. By what i have read the ice ought to outlast the beer.

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Santa got my youngest son a new Bow for the coming hunting season.

my oldest got a new welding helmet, and some MX gear for riding.  the book form Mark Levin; the liberty amendments.

i got a awesome seat cushion. from wondergel. total change in the seat of my truck now. WHY DIDN'T I DO THIS YEARS AGO???

and i got an inch pound torque wrench.

and tickets the the Phoenix motocross race.

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Don't forget...Christ is the reason for the season. Born today many years ago to begin a new covenant of grace. Many of the Old Testament covenants became no longer valid. Christ was the blessing given to all who accept him. Love and grace replaced sacrifice.

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Twelve days of Christmas seem to be forgotten after the first one today.

I got a new pair of Kuhl brand pants from my wife along with warm running shirt from our family gift name draw, several pairs of socks and a couple gift cards.

 

Best part is it's my wife and I's 18th wedding anniversary tomorrow. + 5 years together before the wedding.:hug:

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I got two new jeans, two new long johns, the good stuff and two new shirts. Everything came in pairs.

My eldest uncle sent a great honey ham and everyone came with loads of food.

Yes, congrads on the 18th anniversary that's cool.

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Getting married the day after Christmas was 2 fold, most out of state family and friends were home for the holiday already so they wouldn't need to make another trip and the church was already decorated for Christmas, saving a ton of time and money, lol.

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