|Tools of Arch|
|The plant, de-holed|
Leave it to an old, dead Greek philosopher, mathematician, scientist, Jack-of-all-trades to help Wendy and I with getting a large plant out of the ground today. Good ol' Archimedes, just an all-around nice guy (Arch to his friends), must've been doing some landscaping at the time, or needed to change a tire, when he came up with the idea of the lever. I think he said something like, "Give me a good, strong two-by-four and a big ass rock, and I'll get that plant out of the ground." I'm sure he said something like that.
At any rate, Wendy and I had some plants we wanted to save before the destruction and construction of remodeling commences. So, armed with soft dirt (mud, actually) gloves, two shovels, and a fairly solid two-by-four, we dug and pried that sucker out so we can transplant it, and hopefully save it.
Time for a shot of Ouzo. To Arch!
Keep writing, friends.