Let me tell you about the wrench
Quite a few months ago, some tweakers near my buddy's house were having a yard sale, and one of the things they were selling was a big rusty wrench. When I first laid eyes upon said wrench, my heart went aflutter and I knew I needed to make the wrench mine.
Two dollars later, and I was the proud owner of a 12 inch forged steel adjustable wrench manufactured by the Diamond Tool and Horseshoe Co. of Duluth Minnesota.
Fast forward to May 6th, 2011 and the wrench was featured in my coffee a day photo project. Since I had already started taking pictures of the wrench, I figured it would be a good idea to take the wrench with me on travels of the day and document the action.
The wrench saw:
- the dash of a '66 Rambler
- a new leather jacket
- the front door of a buddy's home
- a cool little buddy
- a buddy's recycling
- a post-shred stack
- a mean burrito
- some scotch on the rocks
- my buddy, stoked on Lord of the Rings
- me drinking a gross "zanetini"
- Addams Family pinball
All in all, it was a pretty good day and I'm glad the wrench tagged along for the ride. To be honest, just about any day that ends with some pinball is good day.