It is peach picking time here in Moab. I have all these trees to get done but mother nature had different plans. It rained and rained all day. This is something that almost never happens in the desert. It was nice and warm though so I got to do some cracking in the storm. If you have never played with your whip in the rain I highly recommend it. After a few minutes the spray starts coming off the cracker and it looks like little explosions all around. It is a pretty thrilling thing.
Then I had some time to put together two cores and two bellies for a matched pair of 7 foot bullwhips. It has been an easy day but sill pretty productive. ...maybe tomorrow I'll get to the peaches.
"One small crack does not mean that you are broken, It means you were put to the test and didn't fall apart."
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