I am trying to think of the Otis factor. If you had whittled up a gardening tool or something that is a bit of a community (outdoors and public) thing, I think I could give more points. The glue sets me back a little, but the natural materials mitigates that. The rock solid report is a big plus. Big points for crafts and parenting, but not a lot for SKIP. I feel like oddball is good for remodels, or for repairing an outbuilding or solving a homesteading problem that popped up. So I am trying to think of how these things could be a foundation for those things. So, for permaculture experience, I give this 4 points.
I certify this for 3 oddball points. FYI if you were pursuing your Metalworking badge, in the Wood level it also accepts oddball points. And they are based on "proficient newbie" speed, not "lucky professional" speed like they are here in the "oddball badge". Long way of saying that if you wanted to post it there, it would be worth 6 points towards the Metalworking Wood level badge.
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