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Round Point Shovel

“Great way to store garden tools

“garden tools side of house, under deck”

“essential tools in a small space close to where you'd use them”

“tool shed built on the back”

“Small organizational spot for garden tools”

“Built in for tools. Nice and clean”

“in the tool shed organizing, cleaning and prepping tools for the next growing season. Simple soap and water will take care of cleaning most tools, while pots and clippers should be cleaned with a mild solution of bleach water to prevent plant disease.”

“Get your tools ready. Good steel wool removes”

“rust from tools stored over the winter. To prevent rust on smaller tools in the future, insert them into a container of dry sand so air can't get to the metal.


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Utility bikes? *nudge nudge limbwalker*

I'm going to be cobbling together a utility bike or two for use on the farm- they'll probably be cheap mountain bikes, possibly with trailers, and they've got to be able to carry a variety of long and short gardening tools, and possibly buckets of dirt/compost/veggies etc.
If anyone has pictures of relevant homemade bikes, I'd like to see them.

I had the greatest day!

First i walked for beast cancer with my 2 aunts and my cousin. went home napped because i was wipped from walking the total of 3 miles, including the 1 mile for the race. then around 3:30 went to my parents house gave my mom her gift which she loved(the gardening tools, sun hat...) my dd went to church with my father which gave me time to spend with my mom and chat about a murad of things(including her up and coming knee replacment surgery).
when dd got home i took some beautiful pictures of her, then she sang for me. i had heard her sing before but not like this i was in tears from the beauty and strength of her voice

Meet Bill Kobayashi, the father of Canada's iconic tabletop hockey game (with ..  — Ottawa Citizen
The business failed before the war ended, however, and the Kobayashis moved to Kamloops, B.C., where Bill worked at various menial jobs, including in a hops garden, in a lumber camp and on his father's leased 10-acre produce farm.

Gifts for the gardener  — Shreveport Times
For those who have unlimited budgets and are planning to give their gardener an expensive gift, garden equipment such as both heavy and light weight tillers (the latter for the frail ladies and the elderly), power mowers, chippers to prepare garden ..

He shoots, he scores!  — Vancouver Sun
But as the Canadian version of slot hockey got its skatehold in living rooms and rec rooms across the country, the person largely responsible for its development and evolution in those first decades was a Vancouver-born man who, only years before, had ..

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  • Avatar Lukas Bryson Does anyone know the best gardening tools to buy?
    Jul 06, 2010 by Lukas Bryson | Posted in Do It Yourself (DIY)

    Trying to start a halfway decent garden, so is there a particular type of gardening glove that's better than any-old glove? What about a root-puller-upper for weeding? I guess I just don't know what a professional gardener would use as their "hammer and nails" if that makes any sense. Any green-thumbs out there care to share?

    • I keep 1400 sq.ft. of perennial and rose garden, and my top 10 items are these:

      1. My gardening gloves which have breathable tops, are just short of being tight, waterproof rubber on the underside of the f …or large fall cleanup of dead material, and for moving large amounts of peat moss from my garage to my cut-back tender Hybrid Tea roses which I must cover over the winter or they will die (that's western Canada for you).