Smokey Mountain Knife Works had these Wetterlings 20H axes on sale. Plus if you spent more than $50, shipping was free. So Shiney and I each ordered one. This thing cuts surprisingly well. It should really cut good after I do little grinding on the profile of the edge.
One weekend we stopped at a flea market and I picked up this Collins double bit for $15. It is in great shape but the head is loose. I think a new wedge should fix that.
At a different flea market I picked up this "Betty Lamp" for the princely sum of $2. I stuck some jute twine in there for a wick and it works like a charm. I'm using citronella oil for fuel. This oil does NOT keep skeeters away, at least not around here.
Any idea's on a proper wick? Maybe one made out of field expedient materials?
God Bless Yall!