In fact, we really needed this axe as we've only ever had a heavy splitting axe and a hatchet - not great for the majority of jobs, plus they are pretty darned blunt.
I think the handle is American Hickory.
I also found a packet of replacement springs, so I hope to repair my old set. Amazing how many fly off into the grass, never to be spotted again!
Until now, I hadn't found any garden tool that was geared to harvesting produce, so I am hoping that is what these do.
A bit wider than what I'm used to using, so my holes may turn into small swimming pools.
I think the handle is made of Oak?
Also useful for those skinny places one needs to dig in.
My own type of hard-fork, lol.
Pretty wicked-looking. Watch out, weeds!
I've never had or used one before, but decided this was the year to go for it ... so daring :P
Kinda like this one, but more me.
I bought a wood-burning kit a while back (but have yet to use it) so I could create some nice garden signs so perhaps this project will be perfect for it.