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    With that said....what did you do today?
    I made sheaths.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snake Eyes 3211 View Post
    That spoon and "spork" look nice man. As does the polished axe head.
    Are ya going to post the axes' finished process; handle and all?
    Thanks, and yes...I will post as I go. I might do a heavy 19 inch straight handle on this one....Kind of like a jumbo "cruiser" style double bit. I dont need a long haft on my axes, because I have to sit to use them anyways.
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    Cutting and spliting a huge ol'redoak the wind blew over, it was already dead. Some pretty wood as I'm splitting. Thinking on making something out of. I need a few handles, maybe a few for knife handles.

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    Mowed 4 acres. More importantly, my girls wanted to shoot. So we did that after the mowing was done.

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    Not too much today. Sharpened my Mora and touched up the edge on a Hultafors.

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    My son and I rode our bikes down to the park outside of town, made a fire, hung in the hammock, ate some Vienna sausages, practice fire prep and using a firesteel, goofed off and had fun in the woods. Oh, I also showed him how to light punkwood to keep skeeters away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmax View Post
    started cleaning it up and seeing where it takes me.

    I will trade you a brand new spoon for that old machete! Im a nice guy like that.
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    The only thing I do this time of year is fish, and fish some more. On a non-bushy note I am make a few goalie masks.
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    No pics but have a new edc pocket knife, a SAK Farmer I got last week in a trade. I dug out my Gradnpas strop and proved to myself what you guys have been telling me for a while, stropping a blade makes it wicked sharp!

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    Like the spoon Josh.I'm still working an old camp axe head up so I can put a handle on it tough to do when you live in an apt but it fills out my evenings.

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