... and bananas. You forgot the bananas. You see I'm a prepper of sorts. I grow the pineapples, bananas and coconuts and I maintain a survival cache of dark rum and Tequila, several cases of those little folding paper and bamboo umbrellas, swirly straws, and jars of Maraschino cherries. It's coming. You mark my words. I won't face the end of the world without a fruity and refreshing tropical drink.
Day 26:Busy day today, but not much knife use. I did resort to using some wrenches....errr..."spanners"....and sockets. A pair of Vice "Mole" grips made a brief appearance. Nothing that I would have used a multitool for. The #23 did open a bit of mail and, when the day was winding down, sliced a little lime for a welcome glass of iced tea. (Image removed from quote.)
Day 26 of 30Love this one because it has an awl
Awlright!! Me too!(Image removed from quote.)
Day 27(Image removed from quote.)Playing with these three thru out the day, I just very recently got the Opinel chestnut knife and this really is perfect for unboxing and small blade use. I am thinking to potentially mod it even into a sheepfoot.
Early post from me today. Found this feather in my yard this morning. I'm thinking Red Tail Hawk? I thought the feather and Pemberton made a nice pairing for some reason.
Great picture!! I have to say, throughout this challenge I have been very fond of that Pemberton and I hope to one day have one of my own.
I like the ridges on the Marietti's locking ring. I often wish Opinel would do that to improve grip for one-handed locking/unlocking.
Day 27A couple of NorthfieldsOregon Trapper and an American Jack(Image removed from quote.)
Day 27.Case Texas Small Jack today. Love the stout little pen blade you get on these. I'm also noticing a few spots of...errr...patina here and there. (Image removed from quote.)
Day 27, some traditional garden knives(Image removed from quote.)