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Move Rocks With Rake

When you need to move rocks and have a bad back, I found that a good way to do this is to use a rake. Most of the rocks that I move are for edging, which would make them around bowling-ball size. The tines of the rake hook onto the ragged edges of the rocks very well, and you can just move them along the ground without having to bend over.

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You don't want to move a whole bunch of rocks (one at a time, of course), because this is STILL hard work and you don't want to be laid up for days with a hurting back.

By one.of.a.kind from AL

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