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spear-bladed hoe

  • Subject: [cg] spear-bladed hoe
  • From: Jerome Rigot rigot.3@osu.edu
  • Date: Wed, 09 Jul 2003 13:18:18 -0400


Awhile ago, somebody posted an article (or a link to an article) about a community garden member who had a hoe called after him. I think he passed away, but the community garden is selling the hoe as a way to raise money. Anyway, I would like to get the hoe and it seems that I have lost the posting. If somebody remembers or has saved the posting or know what I am talking about, I would really appreciate if you would send me the contact info to the group who is selling the hoe.

The hoe has a sharp triangular blade (see approximation below, the Hs represent the handle).

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I looked through the archives, did several searches, but couldn't find it.

Thanks, Jerome

Jerome Rigot
10398 Steiner Road
Rittman, OH 44270
h: 330-925-1423
w-O: 330-263-3866
w-L: 330-202-3555 x2703
fax: 330-263-3670

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