On Mother's Day my Mum took us to Plattenburg (careful: automatic background sound) - an old castle from the 13th century. Besides eating some good food, we attended a falconry show. It was fun to watch even though some of the birds preferred to roam free instead of doing the tricks they were asked to do . And of course it was a good opportunity to try our new camera:
After I successfully revamped my key ring it was time to have a look at another part of my Every Day Carry: my wallet.
Until now I used a typical leather wallet with a lot of space for cards, coins, cash and whatever else you tend to cram into it. An always bulky thing, not too comfortable to keep in your jeans pocket.
So I was looking for something new. My requirements were simple: the new wallet should be smaller, be able to carry a lot of cards, able to hold cash in bills but not necessarily in coins. However the amount of cards I tend to have with me made it it quite hard to find something fitting. Most minimalist wallets go for 3 or 4 cards only.
This is “Der Mumienkönig” - “The Mummy King”. It is an ancient artifact of unbelievable worth.
Well, actually it's just a somewhat funny looking flint stone I found on our trip to Rügen earlier this year. But I like it and wanted to put it on display.
Of course a king needs to stand upright, so some kind of stand was needed and this is how my evening turned into a new 3D printing adventure…