- MULTI-PURPOSE APPLICATION. Great for small archaeological projects, onion/carrot harvesting, and preparing flower beds.
- DUAL-PURPOSE HEAD. 1-pound mini pick/mattock head combo: use the pick's action to break up, loosen and soil, or cultivate vegetable gardens. This tool will pick through hard pan soil and cuts through small shrub roots. PLEASE NOTE: Item needs to be assembled before first use. It takes approx. 1 minute to attach the head to the handle (easy); an instruction email for quick assembly will be send upon purchase of the mattock.
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Huma Bhabha Takes an Ax to Her Exhibit at the MetMarch 10, 2018 - New York Times
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — The sculptor Huma Bhabha, the next artist to be featured in the popular roof-installation series at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was working away in her studio here the other day. Unlike some of her famous forebears among...
Jeff Lynch Rolling Out High Tech Appliances at Home & Garden ShowMarch 2, 2018 - WSPA.com
The Southern Home & Garden Show is the largest home and garden event in the state, with products in landscaping, interior design, home appliances, entertainment and more. The show's sponsor, Jeff Lynch Appliance & TV Center, is bringing its most...
200 Year Old Broad Axe
I purchased another tool for our eventual cabin build and it came with sentimentality built in.
Ducks, Chickens, Gardens, Axes
There's so much ramping up around the farm. It's still cold, but the grass is starting to get green and life is popping up everywhere. And that means we've got a LOT of upcoming projects.
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Visitors to the House of MemoryBerghahn Books. 2017
As one of the most visited museums in Germany's capital city, the Jewish Museum Berlin is a key site for understanding not only German-Jewish history, but also German identity in an era of unprecedented ethnic and religious diversity. Visitors to the House of Memory is an intimate exploration of how young Berliners experience the Museum. How do modern students relate to the museum's evocative architecture, its cultural-political context, and its narrative of Jewish history? By accompanying a range of high school history students before, during, and after their visits to the museum, this book offers an illuminating exploration of political education, affect, remembrance, and belonging.
White WindowsTroubador Publishing Ltd. 2017
In David Wallis’ debut children’s book a family is struggling to function in a world that is moving at such a demanding pace, when the tranquility of their new home is threatened and their lives are changed forever by some very strange events which combine danger, mystery and intrigue. At the end of a long summer’s day, sipping a glass of her favourite tipple, Rita reflects on the difficulties her family have experienced over the last two years, with mysterious break-ins, an attack by Mr Fox who stole some of their chickens and the guttering on White Windows being painted – what was going on? Believing that the family are being invaded by bandits and thieves, Rita summons the police to the house, but they cannot find anything wrong. As the days go by and Autumn arrives, there are more...