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    welcome!

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    Welcome Valerian. Make yourself at home.
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    Welcome to the forum! Glad you found your way!


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    Welcome to the forums!

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    Welcome to heaven! What kind of stones are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valerian View Post
    K, I'm from the German speaking part of Switzerland. Up north, to be precise.

    Cheers, Val.
    I lived across the border in Annecy, France and my first child was born in Geneve (Chêne-Bougeries). I will always have a fondness for the Swiss.

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    I lived in Lahr, West Germany, for 2 years, really enjoyed traveling to Switzerland, Austria, France. Fantastic food, wine, and beer!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heath Besch View Post
    Welcome to heaven! What kind of stones are you using?
    Thanks! I'm using Naniwa stones that were sold to me by the seller I bought my knife from.

    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    I lived across the border in Annecy, France and my first child was born in Geneve (Chêne-Bougeries). I will always have a fondness for the Swiss.
    Oh, I stayed there some months ago before going to Roanne. Cosy place!

    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    I lived in Lahr, West Germany, for 2 years, really enjoyed traveling to Switzerland, Austria, France. Fantastic food, wine, and beer!
    I don't know Lahr. But I agree about the food and the wine. :lol:

    Val.

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    [QUOTE]Thanks! I'm using Naniwa stones that were sold to me by the seller I bought my knife from.
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    How do you like them. I've only used one and ripped through it pretty fast. I forget what line it was from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heath Besch View Post
    How do you like them. I've only used one and ripped through it pretty fast. I forget what line it was from.
    I use the Naniwa Superstones. I like them fine but I can't compare them to anything as I've only just started and they're the only one I ever tried. I haven't taken the rough ones to my new knife yet, only tried them on cheaper damascus knives I have.

    I'm somewhat reluctant to start on the Gyuto, afraid I'd **** it up.

    Val.

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