Hey everybody, I stayed in a small holiday/weekend house a week ago and took some pictures for your and my entertainment. Here they go: Beautiful forest area where I made a small hike (one hour). I know this area very well, I come back to it multiple times a year. Lots of wild raspberries and blueberries this season. And even some edible mushrooms already. Of course I also played with a couple of knives. The big one is a simple scandi camp knife I have designed, something like a full tang leuku. The blade was made by a german knife maker. The handle job is very basic/rough, just a piece of beech I had laying around and some brass pins. I made and shaped it by myself so it fits my hand wonderfully. The wood is coated with boiled linseed oil. I also made the dangler sheath which came out pretty nicely. Handle length is just under 5", blade length just over 8". Thickness is 4mm. The small knife Is completely designed and made by myself, except for the heat treating which has been done professionally. I wanted to make a very small and light scandi knife that can do a lot of chores and is easy to resharpen in the field. Blade thickness is only 2mm, steel is the german equivalent to 1095. I really like how it came out and I carry it with me almost every day since I made it 3 months ago. Handle and blade length just a bit less than 4". The pins are made of an old steel nail. Butterfly had to be rescued from inside the house. Impressive night sky with hidden full moon. I'll head back tomorrow early in the morning for a second weekend in that beautiful area, this time with a buddy. might have some more pics to share afterwards! Thanks for looking and hope you enjoyed it! ll.