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Re: Getting impatient

> It too dulls quickly as soon as it hits dirt.  (sigh)  I'm having trouble
> getting my yarrow out of the ground due to it's very thick and tough root
> system and the sharp new shovel I tried to used to break it apart simply
> bounced back at me, with me standing atop it!  I have two normally very
> functional forks I use and neither one of them could penetrate that mass
> either.  Of such is life.  

I ended up buying a bench grinder for $35 at Sam's Club a while back.  It
really helps to sharpen my shovels every month or so.


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