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Mumbleypeg wrote:Haven’t been there recently but McAlester (old downtown area) and Chouteau, Oklahoma have some pretty good antique stores and flea markets, and there are a couple in Jenks also. Muskogee used to have a couple of good places but last time I was there those were out of business. They may have just re-located. I’ve found a few old pocket knives in those towns in the past, but as you know it’s hit and miss. Jenks, OK also used to be a hotbed but last time we were through there, there were only two or three places left, but a couple of them were pretty good.
Chouteau has a couple of good places to eat also. There’s a large Amish community there and they run a couple of restaurants and bakeries in the town, which is not very big. The Dutch Pantry is an all-you-can-eat home cooking style buffet which is good, but the pies they sell there (you can buy a whole pie for about $10) are excellent.
royal0014 wrote:Shepherd Hills Cutlery in Lebanon, MO is worth the stop for any knifer.
They have more than just Case ....
dlr110 wrote:fact there is a Shepherd Hills location in Branson, MO. and we are staying in a hotel withing walking distance
doglegg wrote:Sounds like a prosperous trip!
royal0014 wrote:dlr110 wrote:fact there is a Shepherd Hills location in Branson, MO. and we are staying in a hotel withing walking distance
I had forgot about that one. You lucky dog you !! !!
dlr110 wrote:Wishing you were here! My trip is only half over and I already have 24 more knives.
Railsplitter wrote:dlr110 wrote:Wishing you were here! My trip is only half over and I already have 24 more knives.
I'm enjoying your updates, David. Looks like you are having a wonderful trip.
If you don't mind my asking, where was this photo taken? You didn't mention coming this far north but it looks exactly like one of the antique shops here in town.
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