In part 3 of 3 in our home wine making series we look at second clearing, bottling, and corking. If you haven’t seen the first two videos yet, go back and watch from the beginning on the YouTube playlist. If you like this, check out the other videos on our YouTube channel. Better yet, subscribe to the channel so you can be alerted when new videos post. Please leave any questions/comments in the space below. And let me know what topics you’d like to see in the future pertaining to DIY, homesteading, and the self-sufficient lifestyle. Thanks!
I bought a Kay-Bar Becker BK-9 last year mostly for prep work for deer season, but also as a big-duty camp knife. I love the functionality of the knife itself, but the sheath was pretty much a joke. It’s made of nylon webbing and, while it has some okay features (a pocket for sharpener, molle attachments, etc.), it really isn’t ideal. Also, the blade coating makes striking a ferrocerium rod unworkable. So, I decided to make some changes. I first ground off the blade coating, then, then fashioned new handle scales out of Cocobolo, an oily, water-resistant exotic hardwood. Then it was time to address the sheath. There are after-market sheaths for the BK-9, but they’re either made of kydex,
Abby brought me her doll & a handkerchief asking me to “dress” her doll. As I was fumbling with it she said, “And this time can you make it not ” inaplopiate” Because last time you could see her bottom”. LOL I’m glad she knows what’s inappropriate …I know some adults that don’t know that.:))