I found it interesting that when Thoreau borrowed someones axe, "I returned it sharper than I received it." (Thoreau pg. 24). I'm not sure why this pop's out at me but it just does, in some sort of way I can't get my mind to figure out. I think Thoreau's experiment is definitely a unique one. Not many people decide that they would one day got out to Walden pond and see what society is like from a far.
Anyway, this chapter was in between the "I liked it " section and the "Meh" section. I was a good chapter, yet it has not been as good as the previous chapters, I don't know why exactly I din't like it but it just didn't appeal to me as the previous chapters.