Day 15. Received an unexpected parcel from an old friend I'd lost touch with. Executive helped open the package.
SAK meets reality.
I did have to resort to the Opinel No. 9 to cut a banana mega muffin in half. The Classic just didn't have the reach.
Swapped keychains out for the Space Vacuum Classic and ran some errands. We had to replenish the salt in the water softener system, so Classic to the rescue! To be honest, I'm finding that the Classic is doing everything I need keychain tool wise, without the extra bulk. I do love that ballpoint pen in the mighty Minichamp!I did have to resort to the Opinel No. 9 to cut a banana mega muffin in half. The Classic just didn't have the reach. That being said, the 58's are still more than enough for 95% of my daily jobs.
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....?
Day 15.Half way marker.Had to give the canine fur babies their flea/tick meds, today. Their meds cost almost as much as me. Oh well, MC to the rescue.
Sweet. I've got one of those, in red. It was actually my first SAK. My wife bought it for me many, many years ago.
I hope we see more photos of that SuperTimer! Very nice!
For Day 15, I swapped out for the mighty Minichamp. For illustrative purposes, I wanted to show the different ways that the cuticle pusher would come in handy. One way is as a fine straight edge screwdriver.
I wonder if I should continue to get full use out of the Classic SD by switching my ... err... beverages.... to cans instead of bottles....
This appears to be a helpful corollary to the advice of never needing a can opener on a backpacking trip by avoiding canned goods entirely.I wonder if I should continue to get full use out of the Classic SD by switching my ... err... beverages.... to cans instead of bottles....
Day 15The Classic helped to liberate a new SAK(Image removed from quote.)This challenge just got a lot harder, because this one is just begging to be carried and used.
The SD classic handles bottles just fine. You just have to have faith. (And a little technique helps.)