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Re: lefty's

> From: Lynda Young <lyoung@grindertaber.com>
> LOL - In my horrible clay I'm usually jumping up and down on the
> with both feet.  

:-)  That's why I prefer a heavy duty garden fork to a shovel or
spade for digging...it will get into that concrete without having to
jump on it with both feet.  I use shovel to remove the loose soil,
but just can't get anywhere trying to dig with one.  Even if the clay
isn't rock hard, my soil is full of roots and rocks, so there's
always something to whang a shovel against.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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