Looks like the deer dripped on you, as I scroll down on my phone
Pokey wrote: ↑Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:21 amWhile exercising the joint on my new Para 3 (w/ 52100 steel) I sliced a clean half inch cut in my little finger. I suppose the normal reaction would be to wash the cut with soap and water, control the bleeding, marinate it in Betadine, and put a bandage on it. With me it's, quick wash the blade off so it doesn't rust, dry it, and wipe it with oil.
Blade first aid before finger first aid. It's merely a flesh wound, it wasn't my good finger, and besides, I've got nine more.
Now THAT'S a beautiful sight!Enactive wrote: ↑Mon Sep 14, 2020 10:38 pmWe're having a bumper crop of Italian Plums this year. The dehydrator has been on full hum for a while now and will be for a bit longer.
That’s awesome, Josh! Our dehydrator gave up the ghost a while back and now I’m thinking I should replace it.
Nice! We just bought a proper food dehydrator after drying a huge score of oyster mushrooms in the oven, which took forever. I'm excited to make persimmon leather this fall, too.