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“A keeper looks into your eyes and sees your soul”.
“Sometimes to get what you want the most, you have to do what you want the least”.
“If you haven’t walked in my shoes and followed the path I traveled, lived my sorrow, felt my pain, know who I lost, found, and now love, who are you to judge me?
“Pain is natures way of telling you that you are alive”.
“There is always something else you can try”.
“Disabled don’t mean incapable.
To prove that, you run,
And I’ll try to shoot you”.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. The problem is what happens afterwards to them who do”.
“Make it happen, no matter what”.
Tag Archives: repairs
I’ve stripping a PCP (pre-charged pneumatic) and found the previously shiny striker block worn down to the base metal and well grubby. Cleaning is OK as I use #0000 grade wire wool but I’ve got two questions for you. Is … Continue reading
Handyman Training. An important part of prepping and survivalism The Norwegians call them altmuligmann. My host explained it to me as an “all things possible man” after I asked him why he kept calling me that. I thought it quite … Continue reading
Not literally, although I did manage to stab myself a couple of times, but last night was spent sewing up seat covers for the boat. Some 2 hours worth of continuous needling. The end result looks OK and I even got the … Continue reading
What priority do you assign to carrying out maintenance and making repairs? For example, my basic repair list goes:- Safety Issue. A “no brainer” really isn’t it? Immediately is not soon enough. Operational Issue If I work round it and … Continue reading
In prepping? Yep because you find them in all sorts of odd places. Water bottles, gas stove fittings, fuel bottles, fitted in equipment to keep out the damp, and not forgetting my faithful air weapons as breech seals, various air … Continue reading