Finally got to work on the wood handle slipping issue. It was worse when wearing gloves. So scrapped off the coating on the handle that it came with. And added Linseed oil. What a difference in the grip factor now. Not just a saftey… Continue Reading ““T HAWK” WOOD HANDLE UPGRADE”
“The felling axe is also often referred to as the camp axe and it is used to cut down trees and branches.This type of axe has two main features:
Although a frustrating task to undertake, it proved to be informative for me as far as improving my knowledge of Knives in general. Learning about Blade types and uses was very informative.
A couple of months ago I saw something I really wanted for my home. Unfortunately I am on a fairly strick budget. I stay away from using credit unless its an emergency. So if I want something I save untill I have the cash.… Continue Reading “The things you do on a budget….”
Winters coming!!! So its that time. Started updating my outdoor packs…. First off POSSIBLES POUCHES. Check them out. Its a quicky pay attention
Continuing where I left off of the original idea behind this website . That being, to be prepared when I wander off into the great wilderness. Most times on my own. In some of the very first posts, I covered Bugging out and things… Continue Reading “Planning your outdoor experience”
Would you use a budget multi tool as part of your EDC. Would you trust them to do the job when the chips are down. I looked at three (Very quickly, mind you) that would suit any reasonable budget. Would you use them. We… Continue Reading “Multi tools on a budget”
So with that in mind, I shopped price. After all, I had the “What am I looking for ” taken care of. It needed to be TSA (Transportation Security Administration) compliant.
Something I have been working on for awhile. A better way to be prepared trying to simplify the way I prep my goodies via My Daypack for all Seasons