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June 25, 2007

Human curiosity

Black_cube Simple extra handle added to a shovel makes it almost fun to dig. I came up with this idea while digging a 100 foot long, 2 foot deep drainage trench and it works so well that I wanted to put it on my webpage. On the web I find a SNOW shovel for sale that has an added handle, but could not find any reference to using a second handle with a regular dirt-digging type shovel

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During our sad little snow emergency this last winter, my husband went to the hardware store to buy a shovel. (We live in an apartment building and supposedly have maintence people for shoveling, but I guess not when it actually snows) He brought home this silly shovel with two handles that had a large sticker on it that said "AS SEEN ON TV." How disparaging we were of this shovel, it was the last one in the store and it was only $6. So my husband went outside to dig out our cars. He was outside for about 3 hours, shoveling the sidewalks because he was having so much fun with the two handled shovel. So, either it was a neat shovel OR my husband it easily amused.

Posted by: Cat at Jun 26, 2007 12:42:46 PM

maybe both.... ^ ^ ^

Posted by: Hanan L at Jun 26, 2007 2:29:17 PM

man I hate snow, got hit with about 10 inches over the weekend. I am glad I got a brand new snow blowers to knock that snow around though. I don't think my back would take it, and doubt my wife would help...

Posted by: Top Rated Snow Blowers at Dec 2, 2008 9:40:38 AM