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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    I think Neil Miller hones - can't ask for a better fellow to do it in your area, IMO.

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    Oh really thanks for that... Learn something new everyday.. Must look him up

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    I love Jimbo's attitude because, of course, Ireland and Britain are far closer than any two points -taken at random- in Australia.

    Take his advice regarding Neil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    Maybe it's just me (or the photo), but that razor looks to have a frown. That needs to be fixed. If you have little to no honing experience you should send it out for honing.

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    Gentlemen,

    James is right. From the photo, the razor does appear to have a frown and Neil Miller is the right man to put a sweet edge on it.
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    My wife and I lived in the UK for 4 years (Oxon.) and we did find it extraordinarily easy to drive the entire country, usually in a day. We went up to Loch Lomond, for example, and all our UK friends asked us where we'd be stopping overnight....lol! It was a 5-6 hour trip!

    Anyway, yes really do check out Neil Miller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    My wife and I lived in the UK for 4 years (Oxon.) and we did find it extraordinarily easy to drive the entire country, usually in a day. We went up to Loch Lomond, for example, and all our UK friends asked us where we'd be stopping overnight....lol! It was a 5-6 hour trip!

    Anyway, yes really do check out Neil Miller.

    James.
    I hope you strapped extra water tanks to your car - things can get pretty scary north of Carlisle. If you're ever in that situation again, don't drink your own urine.
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