Toolbelt comparison. If you're looking to improve your setup here's two @badgertoolbelts with some different key features.
The first setup is from @deanfruin. A 6 inch Badger rig with quick release cobra buckle the XL tool bag and hammer sleeve right side and the triple pocket left side XL fastener bags. The leather high mount Occidental nail bar holder keeps it from scratching your thigh every step and the classic Occi leather hammer holder is a backup to the hammer sleeve up front.
Badger bags carry gear well. The chalkline and tape measure pockets up top are genius, as are the drill bit holders in the chalk pocket. Heaps of tool slots, and the two low fastener pockets provide plenty of storage.
The second setup (swipe) is the Badger I've been wearing @theoakconstruction for a year. Similar to Dean's, 6 inch belt, I went with a single outer fastener pocket to keep the superfabric chisel holder up front. I use an Occi clip on bag for extra fasteners, clips perfectly on the 2 inch nylon belt. Take it off and empty it when done. The one issue I have with Badger fastener pockets is the reinforced stitching at the bottom of the pockets catches your fingernails when you're running low.
The hammer sleeve didn't work for me so I cut it off, the hammer can bang up finished surfaces or windows/doors when carrying them. Lot of people love the sleeve though, I still prefer the rear right side hammer holder. There's a nylon loop that carries a mallet or hammer stapler (whackstick) well. My setup has suspender attachments too, for my favorite Buckaroo straps.
Two different setups, both Badger based, both awesome. Lightweight, tough, versatile, and handmade, hard to beat.
We’re finally hanging some things! Lucky for us, we have lots of creative artists in the family, so all the artwork hung is from them! I’ve never been one to go to a store and buy my decor at places like TJMaxx or Home Goods. Instead, I use keepsakes and gifts that remind me of loved ones to place here and there throughout the rooms. As I walk around, I often find myself looking up to the walls, shelves and tops of furniture to see something that makes me smile. A photo, a painting or drawing, a keepsake from another country. They’re covering our home and reminding me daily of my favorite people and places. Like I said yesterday, I’m afraid of loss. Afraid to care about things only to have them taken away from me by thief or fire or whatever may come. But I know that one day I’ll die and can’t take these things with me anyway. They are only temporary and always have been. So instead of worrying about tomorrow or what will happen in the future, I want to enjoy what I have right this second. A beautiful home full of reminders of people I love. And even if these things are suddenly taken from me, I still have the memories 💕 It makes me think of the verse “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. 🎉🙌🏻😍
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Did you know? City of Mission Viejo now has “Permit Wednesdays”! Here’s a repost of their article for more information! ✨✨💫💫💫💫✨🏡🏡🏡🏡🏘🏡🏡🏡🏡🏡✨✨💫💫⭐️”If you plan on making improvements to your home, you can save time and energy through a new program the City of Mission Viejo is launching this month.
Available every Wednesday beginning February 28, Mission Viejo Permit Day is designed to expedite the plan review and approval process in a single day for qualified projects. The program can issue permits for residential remodels, one-story home additions, decks, patio covers, swimming pools and spas, residential retaining walls and other qualified projects.
Projects like small residential solar systems, window replacements, air conditioning units and such have always been handled over the counter. So, by adding additional projects that will be approved in one day, the City will save residents more time and trips to City Hall.
Appointments for this Wednesday service can be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis by calling 949-470-3054. For more information, see the Permit Day guidelines. For appointments, contact [email protected] “ repost from
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