What is this?

duluthralphie

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It is for working leather. Pointy end used to enlarge a hole. Hooked end used to pull a lace through. Used by my Grandfather to repair harness.
Actually, we use that up here in the north to repair our bodies. We are no wimpy southies, we use the point to poke a hole next to where we need a stitch and the hook to pull the binder twine though to tie it,

Barely leaves a scar most the time.
 
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azurbanclucker

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Actually, we use that up here in the north to repair our bodies. We are no wimpy southies, we use the point to poke a hole next to where we need a stitch and the hook to pull the binder twine though to tie it,

Barely leaves a scar most the time.
barely leaves a scar because the gaping wound won't ever fully heal? :p
 

duluthralphie

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I think you must be holding your map sideways. We are at the same latitude. I can explain that is you missed that geography lesson.
Stand on your roof and wave. Maybe I'll wave back.
You’re at 49 degrees also?

Also I refer you to the officially Southie map. Located in the Southie thread
 
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