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cabinporn:

Back to Basics, originally edited by Reader’s Digest, is the best primer for anyone who desires to buy , build or restore their first rural home. The book outlines how to search for land, how to inspect old homes (especially farm houses), and demonstrates the know-how necessary to maintain a rustic lifestyle.
The illustrations through-out are remarkable. My favorite diagram shows how to determine the age of an old home by examining the saw and planing marks on structural beams.

cabinporn:

Back to Basics, originally edited by Reader’s Digest, is the best primer for anyone who desires to buy , build or restore their first rural home. The book outlines how to search for land, how to inspect old homes (especially farm houses), and demonstrates the know-how necessary to maintain a rustic lifestyle.

The illustrations through-out are remarkable. My favorite diagram shows how to determine the age of an old home by examining the saw and planing marks on structural beams.

Morning view off front porch having my coffee.

Morning view off front porch having my coffee.

My Dad 67’-68’ Operation Yellowstone.

My Dad 67’-68’ Operation Yellowstone.

gorillamedic:

This is the sheath I was thinking of: This guy does amazing, gorgeous work. I’m thinking this kind of leatherwork over a quality Kydex gun holster would look so gorgeous.
 (Source: Sheaths for Knives: Technical Bushcraft Sheath)

gorillamedic:

This is the sheath I was thinking of: This guy does amazing, gorgeous work. I’m thinking this kind of leatherwork over a quality Kydex gun holster would look so gorgeous.
(Source: Sheaths for Knives: Technical Bushcraft Sheath)

kyledefoor:

Respect

itstactical:

The ITS Lapel Dagger is modeled after the OSS (Office of Strategic Services) lapel or thumb dagger, with a few modern upgrades. The original cloak & dagger tools were clandestinely carried for a few different reasons. From being used by spies to break contact during a search, to having a surreptitiously accessible weapon in an emergency.

Available in either cast stainless-steel with one sharpened edge and laser engraved ITS logo on the back side, or glass-filled nylon (non-magnetic high-strength plastic) with no markings.

For added grip retention, the metal version features a skeletonized handle, which also enables wrapping it with cordage, like our ITS Dummy Cord (as shown in photo). It can also be lashed to a stick to create a spear for survival situations and fits perfectly in our ITS Multi-Purpose Survival Container. There’s also a lanyard loop for tying your own finger lanyard. The glass-filled nylon version features a diamond texture for grip retention and a lanyard loop as well.

yourgirliswaiting:

Calverton National Cemetery 5/25/2014

Michael Murphy, Navy Seal. Lone Survivor.