<sobs quietly in a corner> :wink:ike":38irxwl5 said:I'm considering getting some decent spokeshaves. Chris doesn't like the LA shave but can anyone enlighten me on the 'normal' LV spokeshaves?. I haven't found a review of them yet.
I'm positively glowing with embarrassment .<sobs quietly in a corner>
I say, steady on..I'm still a fresh-faced Galoot In Training! :roll:I could probably hunt out the issue # if you're interested.
. Nows there's a thing. Been cogitating 'bout the LA. Read some good reports about it, and as you say, not for everything.FWIW, I like the L-V low angle. It's not perfect for everything, but no single shave ever is
The LV woody kit looks a nice little project for a rainy day. N'est pa?I also like old woodies
Mais oui. Certainement. Mais premier catch la "tuit", n'est pas? :roll:ike":21wbwg6a said:The LV woody kit looks a nice little project for a rainy day. N'est pa?
Bonjour Alf -Alf":2tt0sena said:
Hopefully - you also know how to ask where the WC is twelve languages too.... :lol:Shady":cuhrr0ml said:Got it in one (ho ho..) But I'm not interested in a German style beer belly - just a brace of spokeshaves, really... :wink:
I think, courtesy of the Army, that I can actually order a beer in about 12 different languages... Mozambiquan portuguese being the 'weirdest'...
Well that's easy for you to say...Rob Lee":2nkec5nx said:Bonjour Alf -
D'apres moi, la gamme "woody" est fantastique! On a designe un vraiment utile outil. Je peux en apporter avec moi (en Angleterre) en Decembre, s'il ya quelqu'un qui veut l'essayer.
Hi Alf -Alf":2aqnjf9w said:(snip)
It's no good. You lost me shortly after "Bonjour"...