Another shot of this majestic beauty - the @worktuffgear Cuyamaca - in its natural habitat (my woodpile). Here is some info about this thing:
Cuyamaca translates (North American Indian) as: “...place where the rain comes from the heavens". The blade is made of Bohler K110 (D2) stainless steel, and is carefully heat treated and temperted to 57-59 in a vacuum oven for maximum durability, which results in easier re-sharpening in the field.
High flat grind with convex cutting edge assists in chopping or batoning wood.
A solid pommel allows for use as a window break or a makeshift hammer in the field.
Large finger choil facilitates fingers safely gripping the blade while working on more detailed cutting tasks.
90-degree spine strikes firesteels no issue.
The 3D machined G10 handle is removable for cleaning or replacement. The handle is rounded for a more comfortable grip, and there aren’t any hot spots to speak of.
The sheath is Kydex which is robust enough for all types of weather and use in the field, and it's easy to clean. Each sheath comes with a sturdy belt loop.
Just hoping I was a good enough girl this year to get more toys that I'll destroy in 5 minutes 🤷🏻♀️
Anyone have any "indestructible" toys suggestions that actually last? I swear Lucy goes through toys so fast, especially stuffed toys.
After giving advice to people asking about the Philippines it's reminded me how much I loved the island of Siargao. Hiring a scooter and cruising around to places like magpunko pools is the ultimate island activity. 🌴I'm currently in Hong Kong waiting for my Chinese visa to be approved by close of business today so I can catch my 9pm flight to Shanghai. It's going to be tight! #the_scenicroute
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