All work and no play is no fun for anyone, including diamond drillers. With warm weather arriving (at least in the norther hemisphere), I thought we’d look at activities that drillers who like the outdoors might enjoy and geocaching is gaining popularity.
With the warm weather approaching, it will soon be the time to fire up the BBQ and start cooking outdoors. There’s nothing like manning the fire with a beer in on hand and a spatula in the other, cooking a beloved favourite like hamburgers. There is also something about roasting raw meat over a flame, with the scent wafting up your nose that just can’t be beat.
A few weeks ago we published list of the top 10 skills diamond drillers should have mastered - skills that were not drilling related. The list we had come up with was too long to publish in one blog, so we published the first 10. Here now is the follow up to that blog – the next top 10 skills that you may want to master in order to be a competent man in today’s world.
Part of being a good diamond driller is learning and mastering certain skills, like how to fix a deviated bore hole or how to sharpen a polished core bit. Beyond those skills, there are other basic skills that every guy should know in order to be capable and effective in the world in general, so we thought about what those skills should be.
We came up with a long list – too long for one blog post so we’ll do a few installments in the weeks to come. For now, here are 10 skills you should master.
So the holidays have been over for at over a month now but the gyms are still packed with people trying to work off the extra holiday pounds. We all know drilling is hard work so many drillers like to hit the gym or get outdoors to exercise. If the same old routine is getting boring, here are 6 of the newest fitness trends to check out in 2017.
Our team at Fordia did not make any new year’s resolutions, but we did make a promise to continue bringing you information that we think you want to see, and topics you want to read about. We also invite you to share your concerns and questions with us. If you have a topic we haven’t covered, let us know and we’ll see what we can do.
Last year at this time, we were just starting to publish our blogs and guides. Since the start of 2016, I am pleased to have published 51 blogs and 10 guides, some of them in 2 or 3 languages.
With November just around the corner, I wanted to talk The Movember movement which aims to raise awareness for men’s health issues like prostate and testicular cancer by encouraging participants to grow a mustache for the month of November. Along the same lines, No-Shave November is another movement that asks participants to forego shaving for the entire month and donate the money that would have been spent on shaving products to the local Cancer Society.
Over the years, I’ve seen many tattoos on many drillers’ arms, even tattoos of drilling products. Has it been a while since your last addition of ink? Yes, tattoos are addictive and like the chips, you can’t have just one. If you are getting a little antsy and looking for a new tattoo, this blog will show you some of the newest trends and what great tattoo artists are up to. If you’re not into getting inked, then you can still appreciate some of the amazing work done by these artists.
This blog is in honour of “Drink a Beer Day”, which is September 28 and to commemorate Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer festival. So for those of you who enjoy a cold brew after a long day of drilling, here are 20 surprising and little known facts about beer.