Good Job Cliff.......on the road for the last 5 weeks, will catch up with everyone soon.
96 Vogue Prima Vista 37' CAT 3176B
Our Babies: Mollie, Rubie, Cassie and Maggie, all rescued Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Foster kid, Humphrie, the Mini Schnauzer
Rainbow Bridge: Laddie, Scoutie, Katie, Cooper, Kodie
Hey Ray......here's the thing, I was all set to have my knee surgery at the beginning of this month hence I didnt want to go to the SAL Rally...BUT some interesting developments came about(brother retired, Burnetta retired) and since I was off work awaiting my surgery, we (brother, Burnetta and I) decided "what" better time than Now to go visit our aging Aunt in Vermont??? (she's 95 and the only surviving relative to my late Mother).....anyways, thats where I stand on my Knee....hehe LOL Guess Ill be having that operation sometime soon down the road!???
Lee, you are so correct. I see by the picture you included that the shovel is leaning against the fence in a dangerous fashion. If a worker stepped on the front of the shovel, it could lever up and hit him in the face(looks like you know this). Orient that tool 180 degrees, and it becomes a proper Civil Servant kick stand.