Still in and another DFS with the Lupo
|Mühle R41||Gillette Black (30)||Razorock 400|
KCG Face Wash
Proraso Green preshave
|Passes||WTG XTG ATG|
|Quality / My process|
|8/10 (~20m)||9.5/10 (Tiny ones)|
|Effectiveness||Comfort / Blade condition|
|8.75/10 (DFS+++)||10/10 (GlideFest)|
|Notes to this shave:|
I enjoyed your photo today. The Palmolive cream got my attention. I have a tube probably close to 2 years old and have only used it once or twice. In the GRUME theme of enjoying what we have, I have it out to use Wednesday. I have other neglected soaps to use Thursday and Friday.
Thanks for your post today!
Beautiful. I bet they shake up the house flying that low.
Well said. I like the SOTM Club too. When I use the same soap for a month there is something satisfying about seeing the tub or puck get smaller. And that helps me appreciate having the soaps I have without having to use a different one every day or two or feel the need to try a new one every week or two.John
I use Grume to slowly work through my stash of soaps that I acquired from 2020 onwards. The creams I usually use for my headshaves and there I already worked through most of them one tube at a time. For my face I like more variety and the overall consumption is much less. Nonetheless for my regular Palmolive Sunday I switched this time from the stick to the tube as it happens that I now run them in parallel.
After Tabactober my plan is to go through winter with only 3 hard soaps (SMdF, Wiener Seife Cedar, WS Vanilla) and one special cream Ralon (Pitralon) from Croatia.
So yes, enjoying what you have is the way to go
Mostly Marine Stallion helicopters out of Pendleton and F/A-18s from Miramar. Seeing the Blue Angels is a once a year treat that is always impressive. Every now and then a heavy lift transport jets over my neighborhood.Just a tad jealous here! I'm sure you see some interesting air traffic in the area there.
When we hear and feel the sonic boom we know something is coming fast. I ran to the door with my phone and clicked away as they passed by in a split second. It is breathtaking. Sometimes they are so close you can see the pilot.Beautiful. I bet they shake up the house flying that low.
I think he has done a great job at the antique effect. Looks like iodised copper. Really nice effect.