Joseph Lofthouse wrote:I really like fiberglass handles, but they are not as strong as wood/steel, and can be subject to degradation by sunlight.
Xisca Nicolas wrote:Local artcraft 24 cms Blade and a smaler knife used to remove flowers from the bananas.
I had the idea this one would be perfect to work on a skin without risking a hole!
Nicole Alderman wrote:LOL on the redneck quad! We totally used ours as one yesterday! (Though, we didn't modify the lawn mower at all. It's still our lawnmower!)
Our neighbors became too busy for their chickens, and so we adopted them and took their coop/run to our place. Of course, none of us had a truck. It was me, my husband, my teenager neighbor and her mom. We pushed the coop onto their trailer and tied it to our John Deer riding lawnmower with a chain. My husband drove and the three of us ladies pulled and pushed to keep the coop on the trailer and relatively balanced down about 1/2 a block of gravel road. We all wished we had a camera, because it was so redneck. But, we did it!
Editing to add a picture of the coop/run, nos that I have a picture!
Cris Fellows wrote:
Devin Lavign wrote:
Big difference is hori hori are made for garden use, while Lesche are made for metal detecting.
I did not know that! I just use it in the garden!