Uh...perhaps we should just be eating the standard, 58mm compatible, Banana Nut muffins? If your mid-day snack requires a Chef's knife.....well.....what do your pants tell you....?
Isn’t part of the point of challenges to push the limits (within safety limits) of the tool. Although, I can say there has been a couple instances where I have wondered if I was going to break my new classic before its pretty scales even get scuffed.
Day 16I used the classic to cut some paracord and some shockcord to make a bungee extension for Fishers leash. I think the shockcord was really pushing the limits on the classic. The scissors wouldn’t cut it so I used the blade, but it still was difficult, so after the first cut, I did switch to a 91mm that I normally use.(Image removed from quote.)I also used the classic to cut some fatwood for my twig stove. The classic did ok, but I was only able to get small shavings. To get bigger shavings like what I usually use, I think a bigger blade would do better.
Your point is well taken. Which just begs the question..... Why was Barry shirking his challenge obligations and not pushing that Classic to its limits? And, if the muffin in question was capable of breaking his classic.... Well.... I'd suggest the smaller muffins at a different muffin shop!
Day 16Minichamp helped to cut the seal of a vinegar bottle. I used the vinegar to oxidize two Mora Basic(Image removed from quote.)Enviado de meu moto g(6) usando o Tapatalk
Day 17Took to the woods for a dander with the dog and my Collins Gem Guide to Wild Flowers. Along for the ride were a Jetsetter and Cadet. The former helped me decide exactly which species of Buttercup I should mark off as “identified”. In the end I decided that the yellow flower I was looking at was definitely a “buttercup” but any more than that I could not tell. Apparently the subtleties of plant identification are largely beyond me.
You’re not alone there! A bit like some birds I see which just have to remain as LBJs (little brown jobs) due to my failure to make any kind of identification!
DAY 17It has started. We've got 300' of blackberries behind the warehouse that are beginning to ripen. Might be a cobbler made this weekend.Or muffins,,,,