That would be a logical guess,But, I'm sorry, it's not a press.
A type of shaver or razor?
This much I'll say from guesses made.This whatzit does, indeed, have a blade.
Cutting wire is not its place,And, it would never touch your face.
an ice shaver.
This whatzit shaves a certain thing.Naming that will glory bring.You'll will gain eternal fameIn the annals of my whatzit game.
Noe, Noe, iceWill not suffice.
I will not leave you in the cold.This whatzit tool is very old.
If I were a pioneer working wood,This whatzit would be very good.
Walnut wood? As in a walnut cracker???
To Kim's guess, I tip my hat,But, this is much more important than that.
I haven't a clue - but given your love of fishing - does it scale fish....? your hint says its good with wood... still don't knowand anyway isn't this week supposed to be about reflections? I'll do anything to avoid writing on my blog even ask silly questions
Even though I may be wishing,This whatzit's not involved in fishinf.Reflections in the mirror could be a task,Or we could reflect upon the past.
This tool of some importlooks like an antique draw knife of some sortAbout the blades I am not sureIf this is one tool and not twothen I would guess for making casings or columns
J9, you're here late in the game.I'm glad to see you just the same.This whatzit's use I would be defacingIf I used it on columns or casings.
I hate that I am workingAnd late to all the gamesI think it is a fire starterPlease Gordon - don't send me up in flames!
This hint I give to turn the tide.It traveled across the plains so wide.It was the friend of wagoneers,And kept them all from shedding tears.These could have been among the wares,To aid in their emergency repairs.
Hee Hee!! Ha Ha!! Ho Ho!!A fire starter will not go!Audrey, you make me smile.Pull up a chair and stay awhile.
Where, oh where did Noe Noe go?She's missing the end of the show!
And so I think in this mixA Waggon Wheel to fixThis tool may be usefulfor such abuse y'all?
You are so right in a broader call,But, what did it fix, and what's its name y'all.
J9, I'm sure in your internet connectionsYou'll name it now, without corrections.One hurdle left to clear!I wish you well my dear.
If you're looking for something this unique.You might just think about antiques.
Gordon, I am wracking my brainsearching in vaintryng wheelwright, wainwright, cartwright tooantique wagon wheel repair was my first stopcan find books, but not the namemy head will simply popif my searching is so lame!
Before your brain is brokeThink of shaving the spokes.
I learn so much in this whatzit game.Lotus plants and antique tools, a couple to name.J9, when you persist and endure You show your grit. That's for sure.Thanks for playing the game tonight.You are always quite a delight.
You might look under spoke, or even shave, Before you put me in my grave.You might consider whetherTo put those words together.
When two words become oneIt doubles the fun.
I know you handed me this one on a platterAn antique spoke shave I gatherThe images I did findlook only slightly like yours I should remind!
Eastern Time Zone is one o'clock.I'm here, dedicated like a rock.Will I sleep at all tonight?I'm hoping the end's in sight.Whatzits that challenge the mindAre so very hard to find.
Thanks, J9! Off to bed at one o'clock.As a whatzit guru, you still rock!
Another miss for me! VBS this week with Thee!J9 Rocks!
Aww Gordon, this was great! I really enjoyed your relections.