Such A Scream
Tom Waits

princess-lovechild:

tom waits <3

meloetta:

"text me when you get home so i know you’re safe" kinda people are the people i wanna be around

humanoidhistory:

July 20, 1969 — A view of the southwestern Sea of Tranquility seen from the Apollo 11 lunar module while in orbit. (NASA)

kngmnmlst:

kngmnmlst:

MY MUM WENT INTO MY ROOM 
AND SHE THOUGHT I SNEAKED OUT

kngmnmlst:

kngmnmlst:

MY MUM WENT INTO MY ROOM

AND SHE THOUGHT I SNEAKED OUT

dmpipes:

Today was all about this massive carving gouge here.. 
The steel is stamped “JAMES CAM SHEFFIELD” on the inside, and “CAST STEEL” on the outside. 
James Cam was a tool steel manufacturer from 1781 - 1838. “Cast steel” from Sheffield was among the very best steels from that era, and it still holds true today.
I acquired the rusted gouge missing the handle and in pretty bad over-all shape. I cleaned it up, reground the bevel to 20°, and fitted a proper american hickory handle with leather washers. The bevel was then honed to a shaving sharp edge on diamond plates. 
I’ve never even seen a reference to a gouge this large, it is an exceedingly rare piece of woodworking history. 
With only 200+/- years behind this tool, it’s amazing to think of the projects that it has helped complete… and the hundreds of years of future life that still remain…
dmpipes:

Today was all about this massive carving gouge here.. 
The steel is stamped “JAMES CAM SHEFFIELD” on the inside, and “CAST STEEL” on the outside. 
James Cam was a tool steel manufacturer from 1781 - 1838. “Cast steel” from Sheffield was among the very best steels from that era, and it still holds true today.
I acquired the rusted gouge missing the handle and in pretty bad over-all shape. I cleaned it up, reground the bevel to 20°, and fitted a proper american hickory handle with leather washers. The bevel was then honed to a shaving sharp edge on diamond plates. 
I’ve never even seen a reference to a gouge this large, it is an exceedingly rare piece of woodworking history. 
With only 200+/- years behind this tool, it’s amazing to think of the projects that it has helped complete… and the hundreds of years of future life that still remain…
dmpipes:

Today was all about this massive carving gouge here.. 
The steel is stamped “JAMES CAM SHEFFIELD” on the inside, and “CAST STEEL” on the outside. 
James Cam was a tool steel manufacturer from 1781 - 1838. “Cast steel” from Sheffield was among the very best steels from that era, and it still holds true today.
I acquired the rusted gouge missing the handle and in pretty bad over-all shape. I cleaned it up, reground the bevel to 20°, and fitted a proper american hickory handle with leather washers. The bevel was then honed to a shaving sharp edge on diamond plates. 
I’ve never even seen a reference to a gouge this large, it is an exceedingly rare piece of woodworking history. 
With only 200+/- years behind this tool, it’s amazing to think of the projects that it has helped complete… and the hundreds of years of future life that still remain…
dmpipes:

Today was all about this massive carving gouge here.. 
The steel is stamped “JAMES CAM SHEFFIELD” on the inside, and “CAST STEEL” on the outside. 
James Cam was a tool steel manufacturer from 1781 - 1838. “Cast steel” from Sheffield was among the very best steels from that era, and it still holds true today.
I acquired the rusted gouge missing the handle and in pretty bad over-all shape. I cleaned it up, reground the bevel to 20°, and fitted a proper american hickory handle with leather washers. The bevel was then honed to a shaving sharp edge on diamond plates. 
I’ve never even seen a reference to a gouge this large, it is an exceedingly rare piece of woodworking history. 
With only 200+/- years behind this tool, it’s amazing to think of the projects that it has helped complete… and the hundreds of years of future life that still remain…
dmpipes:

Today was all about this massive carving gouge here.. 
The steel is stamped “JAMES CAM SHEFFIELD” on the inside, and “CAST STEEL” on the outside. 
James Cam was a tool steel manufacturer from 1781 - 1838. “Cast steel” from Sheffield was among the very best steels from that era, and it still holds true today.
I acquired the rusted gouge missing the handle and in pretty bad over-all shape. I cleaned it up, reground the bevel to 20°, and fitted a proper american hickory handle with leather washers. The bevel was then honed to a shaving sharp edge on diamond plates. 
I’ve never even seen a reference to a gouge this large, it is an exceedingly rare piece of woodworking history. 
With only 200+/- years behind this tool, it’s amazing to think of the projects that it has helped complete… and the hundreds of years of future life that still remain…
dmpipes:

Today was all about this massive carving gouge here.. 
The steel is stamped “JAMES CAM SHEFFIELD” on the inside, and “CAST STEEL” on the outside. 
James Cam was a tool steel manufacturer from 1781 - 1838. “Cast steel” from Sheffield was among the very best steels from that era, and it still holds true today.
I acquired the rusted gouge missing the handle and in pretty bad over-all shape. I cleaned it up, reground the bevel to 20°, and fitted a proper american hickory handle with leather washers. The bevel was then honed to a shaving sharp edge on diamond plates. 
I’ve never even seen a reference to a gouge this large, it is an exceedingly rare piece of woodworking history. 
With only 200+/- years behind this tool, it’s amazing to think of the projects that it has helped complete… and the hundreds of years of future life that still remain…

dmpipes:

Today was all about this massive carving gouge here.. 

The steel is stamped “JAMES CAM SHEFFIELD” on the inside, and “CAST STEEL” on the outside. 

James Cam was a tool steel manufacturer from 1781 - 1838. “Cast steel” from Sheffield was among the very best steels from that era, and it still holds true today.

I acquired the rusted gouge missing the handle and in pretty bad over-all shape. I cleaned it up, reground the bevel to 20°, and fitted a proper american hickory handle with leather washers. The bevel was then honed to a shaving sharp edge on diamond plates. 

I’ve never even seen a reference to a gouge this large, it is an exceedingly rare piece of woodworking history. 

With only 200+/- years behind this tool, it’s amazing to think of the projects that it has helped complete… and the hundreds of years of future life that still remain…

warriorpoetscientist:

I want to drive and look over and see this.

sisyphean-revolt:

Oil painting by Werner Knaupp

sisyphean-revolt:

Oil painting by Werner Knaupp

Sick of spending all my days like this.

intercase:

Cyber active (by Arni J.M.)