Today l have , pending approval , started a new group called " Eclectic treasures ' where l hope members can post pictures or links to everyday items that that have and use , but are much more than things , they are pieces of art in there own right .
What inspired me is the passion members have for items such as - saddleback bags , knifes , watches and such , but what about the small things , like the Chicago comb CO combs or a para cord belt .
lf approved l will get the ball rolling with pictures of things that interest me , and links if requested , and l hope other members will join me and enlighten me with there interests .
Cheers Splash .

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Comment by Mike Wisbrock on April 26, 2012 at 11:23am

Ditto, for me!  I like seeing what other men find interesting, kind of a gauge of my own foibles.

Comment by Brian Splash on April 25, 2012 at 8:21pm

Thanks ted , hope to see you there posting and contributing .

Comment by Ted A. Hunt on April 25, 2012 at 11:25am

Fine idea, Brian. Noting the variety of existing groups, it's not likely this wouldn't be approved. I look forward to it.

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