I made sheaths.With that said....what did you do today?
What kind of egotistical bung-hole quotes himself? -One Legged Josh
~~~~~~Tracker pack #3, Turley Club member #97, Beckerhead #153~~~~~~
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.
Mowed 4 acres. More importantly, my girls wanted to shoot. So we did that after the mowing was done.
Not too much today. Sharpened my Mora and touched up the edge on a Hultafors.
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.
"We both had daypacks that weighed about 35 to 40 lbs each, cause were men and still like to carry some heavy stuff and not count ounces haha." Kerri
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.
If you canít be good, be colorful.ó "Pete" Conrad
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.