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    Default another day hike: battle creek knives' kephart.

    i was able to do a quick hike earlier today with mountainmistwanderer and test out rob's pass-around kephart knife briefly.











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    mountainmistwanderer's firesteel, made by rod ferro.




    and his bark river aurora i think along with the kephart.



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    chorpie was nice enough to send me this pair of stainless steel chopsticks check out that custom-fitted case that he used to mail it to me - this guy has the same ocd i do





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    noticed this spider rappeling down my sleeve.




    ...and down on the snow/ice.




    gotta have the black microspikes - hey, i don't always have to have everything orange!



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    I love a winter walk thans for sharing

    just curious about the knife - what are the pins made of? they look like the same handle material?

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    the knives look great. i love getting out in the end of the winter/early early spring

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    Nice looking Kephart.
    I've got the same ice spikes -- great piece of gear:thumbup:

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    Very nice high quality photos. Good looking trip.
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    I like those crampons! And it looked like the passaround knife did its work just fine.

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    that is one of the nicest looking kepharts that i have seen in photos ...

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