My belt, suspended, during a break from installing one of many suspended ceilings. I like how my snips fit well in the leather hammer loop.
Well here is a long awaited new one! Been doing some renovating and handyman type jobs of late. Interesting to see how well the belt can keep up with the switch of tools involved.
Sam built this storage cabinet too.
Sam built a nice trellis for my neighbour. When she puts the vines up, it will look even better. The extra supports are needed because the wind can be quite strong on her terrace.
Incredible Edibles approached our condo association to see if they could plant vegetables in the plots at the front of the building that were not landscaped by the developer—of course we said yes!! Sam volunteered to build the frames for the beds, and the children’s garden will be going in June 7th. Thanks for the work Sam!!
Up close & personal
Sorry, but I hate the piled high presentation of food. That's the way a dog would eat. Potato, bacon and egg should be separated on the plate. Anyway I hope you had a nice trip out West.
Thanks for taking a look. I’ve always focused more on flavour than presentation, but you have a point in that we eat first with our eyes.
Take it easy.
Have you ever used ObenaufsLP? If not, you should. I think you would be amazed!
Hi, I actually haven’t done anything to my bags but give them a bit of a cleaning with a damp cloth. The Obernaufs sounds like a good product, I’ll have to check it out. Maybe for my boots.
I like to eat!
Nice brunch at Café Orange before we leave for Arizona
your tool belt blog is slowly turning into a tattoo blog. way better. get more ink man.
Thanks, I’m working on it.
Hey, that’s me as well.
Chad Koeplinger - Traveler
My son looks amazing—thanks Chad!
Hey look, that’s me ;)
Yay! Now I just need 100 followers;) Happy holidays to you all.
Friendship tattoo with my Mom. Can you guess which one is mine? Done by Arno at PSC tattoo in Montreal. My Mom’s first tattoo, and she was tough.