The Next Big Thing

Discussion in 'The Good Life' started by Chuck Naill, Jan 18, 2020.

  1. Chuck Naill

    Chuck Naill Well-Known Member

    So, many of us have been into the shaving hobby for long enough to have moved on to some other interest. I move to vintage Esterbrook FP restorations, but now, I've gotten all I want so it's on to the next big thing. What's yours?
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  2. cliffb599

    cliffb599 Well-Known Member

    Vintage Stock-man pocket Knifes.
    Also Dive Watches.
    The Woman’s not to Happy about it.

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  3. Lipripper60

    Lipripper60 Member

    Mine is kitchen cutlery. Not new stuff but great old steel that needs love (and a new handle). Used to be easy to find good old steel. It's not secret anymore so prices have gone up. One good thing is the lady who keeps me around enjoys the benefits of super sharp kitchen knives. (Yep, I let her use them once she agreed they would never see the inside of a dishwasher).
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  4. Sara-s

    Sara-s This Pun for Hire

    After learning the ABC’s of wet shaving, my next thing was archery. That has taken over our lives & our home.
  5. John Beeman

    John Beeman Little chicken in hot water

    I collected vintage coffee makers for a while. Percolators, vacuum, and dripolators. I probably have a dozen and use them occasionally.

    I keep noticing vintage lanterns when I'm in antique stores. I don't own one and have no use for one but for some reason they keep catching my eye so that might be my next thing.
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  6. Chuck Naill

    Chuck Naill Well-Known Member

    My grandfather had kerosene and Coleman white gas lanterns. I made sure they were empty then cleaned them up and have them on display.
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