Yes, you can break a Lexan spoon
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Apr 21, 2014 at 1:03 pm #2095015Don A.BPL Member
@amrowincLocale: Southern California
Exactly how I did it Valerie! Probably at a different rock though…
The short description (for me) would be "get old."Apr 21, 2014 at 10:03 pm #2095185Rex SandersBPL Member
Did I accidentally invent a new combination spoon and knife – a "spife"?
Sort of like a spork, but less useful.
Other spifes are available. Maybe safer and more useful, hard to tell.
It's a spife. Spoon and knife combined.
CIA Agent: The victim appears to have been spifed several times in the neck.
Maybe we can re-use NASA's SPIFe for trip planning, but not for eating one-pot meals.
So it goes.
(Edited because autocorrect doesn't like "spork" or "spife"!)Apr 22, 2014 at 12:03 pm #2095297MinerBPL Member
3. Put spoon down on rock beside you
Oh! That's what I've been doing wrong! I know we hikers tend to eat food off the ground when we drop it, but laying a half wet spoon on the ground or a rock just seems like asking to pick up a bit of grit or possibly marmot poop on it. Doesn't sound tastey to me at all. But to each their own. I always lay it on a food related ziplock like my trash, or in my peanut butter jar, or just put it back in my food bag if I'm done with it. Since its on top of other food related things that I need to pack up, it always gets put away.
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