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  • A Sand County AlmanacA Sand County Almanac Quick View
    • A Sand County AlmanacA Sand County Almanac Quick View
    • A Sand County Almanac

    • $8.00
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    •   You've probably never heard of "A Sand County Almanac", or Aldo Leopold for that matter. There's no shame in that.  It's simply not that popular.  However, now that you have heard of it, please pay attention. In this book, Aldo has given us one of the most eloquent and moving tributes to the natural world that has ever been written.  He's…
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  • Field StropField Strop Quick View
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    • Field Strop

    • $24.00
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    • I don't like letting my knives get dull to the point where I need a whetstone.  I'll use one if I have to, but usually, a few swipes over a good strop like this one after each use keeps them as sharp as a razor. These are a must own if you have any convex edges, such as a Bark…
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    • Rhodia N°16

    • $7.00
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    • Created for graphic designers, creative professionals, architects and those who prefer a subtle guide for notes and sketches. The original DotPad has a light grey geometric dot matrix that is invisible when xeroxed or scanned.
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    • Rhodia Staple Bound Pad

    • $5.00
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    • We've never found a paper we liked better than Rhodia.  It's very smooth, with a bit of a vellum-like quality, which makes it great for fountain pens, or any pen, really. Once you use Rhodia paper, it will spoil you.
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    • Brass Peanut Lighter

    • $19.99
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    • You should always carry three methods to start a camp fire when you're in the back country - a knife with fire steel, matches, and of course, a dependable lighter. (Some cotton balls slathered in Obenaufs always helps too.) This Brass Peanut Lighter is extremely small and easy to carry in your pocket or on a lanyard.  Made from solid brass stock…
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