I've been given the nod to take the first step in the sharpshooter qualification process. Next I'll meet with the village's lawyers. There are some issues regarding insurance, background checks, etc. involved with carrying a loaded firearm adjacent to residential property.
The woods behind the house have been closed due to herd management so I haven't been able to get out and do much of anything. I did go out with my Fallkniven F1 and a firesteel and get a fire started in the fire pit using sticks from the yard and wood from the wood pile. Nothing too extravagant I admit but something.
I've been trying to get some pictures of the new Swiss Army Knives (SAKs) I picked up from JRE Industries but the lighting here has been awful and none of them have even been decent. The stay glow one-hand model may well be the ultimate SAK though. It's got everything I look for in an outdoors knife and nothing I don't.
Look for pictures and write-up in the next few days if I can get some decent light.
Otherwise, it's been more of the same "Honey Do" list tackling. Nothing too exciting to report yet but I've got a couple of things in the works that I hope to get finished up in the next couple of weeks.
Man am I tired...
Thanks for reading,