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    My very used and loved Guyot/GSI combo thats been baptised in fire many times over. Bottom is all bent in, neck is bent too. Cup has rainbow annod from all the heat...Just been a good comapadre. Many cups of coffee, and occasional fingers of whiskey around a fire with good friends.

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    Medicine Bundles, bags,Rawhide Cases to me Charms of great meaning that can be a first Good Arrowhead you made, a bit of coal from a great or famous camp fire a lock of hair of a spouse I have my medicine bundles that I have added bits to for Thirty years all very meaningful and personnel not treasures or anything of great value other than the connection to the bit and the Memory or event...memory aid?.Medicine Shields like Protector with a connection and tale meaningful to you good luck,Protection.

    A Challenge coin in a Wallet a dog tag of yours or a old Mate all Medicine IMO
    Places Some places are calming you feel alive you can have one or many you will know when you get there. Good medicine place again its yours kinda a gift for you
    we pick up on Bad Medicine places too again you will know where those are at when you get there.
    I dont know if I will ever understand "Medicine" but its Crystal clear lol
    Wow I better go to bed lol

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    Aspirin, I always have it with me out in the woods! Oh wait a minute, you were talking about a "lucky charm"! I actually don't have one. That's not to say I might not have one later on, though.

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    I wear a religious medallion around my neck. It has Saint Christopher on one side, and the U.S. Navy logo on the other. My parents gave it to me when I left for boot camp in 1993 and I've been wearing it ever since. For those who don't know, Saint Christopher is the patron saint of sailors and travelers.

    After breaking (wearing out) several chains over the years, I now wear it on a piece of green paracord.

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    Proverbs 17:22 (AMP) A happy heart is good medicine and a cheerful mind works healing, but a broken spirit dries up the bones.

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    Looker - I have one just like that but it has the EGA on the back (Eagle Globe and Anchor). I wore it through bootcamp.

    I am not an overtly religious person so I do not wear it any more. However, I am glad Sgt. Mac carries his bible - that dude needs all the help he can get!

    Also - I REALLY like that Psalm AW - seems very true.



    I am not sure what my medicine is - that is why I brought it up. However, the last few years it has been the knife on my hip. I have only carried a few on a regular basis - and I love my current few. I feel like I can get a lot done if I have my knife. It makes me feel more secure in the woods.

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    The knife I wear on my belt, above all else holds the most medicine for me. Second would be my fire kit. Those 2 items are almost like an invisible shield for me.

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    Elvis was asked by a reporter why he wore a Cross and the Star of David

    Elvis answered that he did not want to miss out on Heaven on a Technicality

    What I thought odd he also sported a TCB Taking care of Buisness...With a big Lightning bolt through it?
    And died from too much Medicine

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    My Case XX pocket knife with antler handles. I take it everywhere and it's in every pocket of jeans/shorts I wear if I'm going to the field or to a wedding, always there. I lost it once, fell out of my pocket in my truck, for a few days and it was like losing my right arm.

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    A small dice that i found in the dead of night in a gravel lot by random, and a handcuff key. when people ask why i say the dice is for good luck and the key is to get me out of trouble when the luck fails

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