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Home-Made Rock Fork
I made this rock fork to pick up loose stones in my garden. Itís shaped like a shovel but has tines like a pitchfork. Actually, itís a scaled-down version of the full-size rock fork that I use on my tractor. Itís made from 1/4-in. dia. rod. I used a hoe handle with a small bolt to hold the fork in place.
  The handle mount is set at a 45 degree angle so I can just push the fork across the top of the ground to scoop up small stones. It saves a lot of bending over. (Chad Travis, 574 Greers Ferry Rd., Drasco, Ark. 72530 ph 870 668-3400)

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2013 - Volume #37, Issue #2