How many did you put on??? IRC Flickr's 'free' band isn't too bad. 1000 photos.Done that before, only to have them change the T&Cs, limit storage, stop sharing...
I didn't mean Flickr itself, just similar "photo-sharing" sites, which then get sold, or monetised, or just realise they're unsustainable... choosing one is crystal ball time.How many did you put on??? IRC Flickr's 'free' band isn't too bad. 1000 photos.
(I have a 'pro' account because I take a lot of half-decent pics of things with a half-decent camera, and Flickr is the only photo-management service I know of that keeps the 'original' file that was uploaded. All the others create their different sized clones and then delete the original so you can't retrieve it if you want to do anything with it).
I bought my Leatherman 25 years ago, and it sits on my hip everyday. It's a wonderful extension of my hands and I use it for countless things, from sawing small pieces of wood to squeezing the last toothpaste out of the tube. I honestly recommend the investment to anyone. A few years back, I sent mine back to get the serrated blade sharpened. They saw that my knife was 20 years old, and sent me a free upgrade. Warm glow. Worth every penny.1: Yes it does as do ALL the blades. And if it did break, Leatherman swaps them no questions asked. This is thick S30V steel - it's VERY hard and solid. I have prized many an arrow out with it. My old Leatherman Mini tool file snapped, sent it back for repair, back came a brand new Rebar costing ?70 compared to the mini tools ?25.
2. The price of the finest multi-tool ever made.
A few years ago I was doing walk back tuning, shot over the top of the boss and hit a 10" diameter 2' long sawn log dead centre (left over from a bit of clearance work).I like it!
I had an arrow go straight through a battered old boss at 40 yards and then embedded itself into the wooden frame behind. It was a complicated lash up and after much mulling, I ended up sawing a 2x2” square out of the frame (leaving plenty there to hold it) to get the darned thing out!
My most extreme bit of arrow removal yet.
Haha; brilliant!A few years ago I was doing walk back tuning, shot over the top of the boss and hit a 10" diameter 2' long sawn log dead centre (left over from a bit of clearance work).
The easiest way to deal with the problem was to put the log (with arrow sticking out of it) under my arm and take it home.
Of course I didn't deal with it and it ended up sitting on the hearth in the living room for six months like a bizarre hunting trophy.