I drove for miles with a passenger on the back of an ATV on rough trails and across bogs and numerous streams. On the way I had to clear about six trees that had fallen across the trail since the last time I did that. They ranged in diameter from 6 to 10 inches and all I had to cut them was my machete, so I made and popped a couple of nice blisters on my cutting hand. On the bigger trees I had to resharpen the blade once or twice before finishing them off.
When we got to where we were going I had to extract a couple of dozen samples of mineralized quartz with 16 and 22 ounce rock hammers because I forgot the Geotool back at the camp. On the way back I hit a stump or boulder hiding in the tall grass overgrowing the trail which sent one handle bar into my ribs and lightly sprained my wrist.
When we go back to camp I drank two generic, large batch, industrially produced bottles of beer and ate freshly caught and fried walleye and lake trout. I checked on the markets on satellite TV and went to bed but not before checking styleforum.