New Digging Tool…

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As the title suggests a New Digging Tool, damm ground is so hard, i had no choice, except to use this or get a concrete breaker, even my sister said to get a pneumatic drill, and still send the hay…

So it all started by me giving up with the spade, then persevered with a fork, with little or no results, then i got to thinking, what do you use when you dig a two-foot-plus hole… Well, you use a fencers staple; a spade like no other, this is called a Graft, which is a six-foot-long spade, and it’s built to be abused, they don’t last long in the real world, but well let’s see if it works… it does work as it allows you to literally throw the graft into the ground, making a small dent which you can keep niggling away at, the BIG downside to all of this is the weight, not for the faint-hearted, & you wouldn’t want this slung over your shoulder, but you can drag it around to a large degree…

So now i have a new digging tool, & what have i found, mmm still it has not changed my luck, it seems this hot summer is only producing more junk for me than ever… most of the finds have been published before, but i have been experimenting with the fork and racking my brains for an alternative, which i think i have found, looking back over the field diary for the last ten or so digs it been quite sparse finds wise, even a new field with some promise, just turned out to be giving me aluminium from the cowsheds, and then the muck has been spread over the fields, leaving it all there for me to clean up their discarded mess… a lot of destroyed fields around here, due to fires… Also, i need a smaller coil, than this one…

Fire Damage, spread acrossed at least eighty acres…

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