Quailman wrote: A word to the wise: if your scout (or anyone in your household) sharpens all the kitchen knives that used to be extrememly dull, warn all the other family members.
ronin718 wrote:Maybe a little late for this year, but for my son's FamLife project, we built a raised-surface garden. It measures 6' x 24', and because of the slope in the back yard, one end is 15" deep and the other end is 22" deep. Once we got the framing done using 4x4's, we put in 6 cubic feet of topsoil and manure/compost blend. We did it during the spring, and the harvest was absolutely great. That is if you're into lots of squash, tomatoes, beans, radishes, pumpkins, cantaloupes, potatoes, and carrots. I'm good with all but the squash, and MAN, did we get too much of that!!
Quailman wrote:For the individual project, my son used a whetstone to sharpen all our kitchen knives. We had never sharpened them except for using the round sharpening rod which doesn't do much.
A word to the wise: if your scout (or anyone in your household) sharpens all the kitchen knives that used to be extrememly dull, warn all the other family members.
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