2 Questions...plow lines and fiberglass handles...
Ok, this is what happens on a rainy day when I have too much time on my hands, thinking of stuff between errands:
1) When a plow line is made by a dozer, do they go back and fill it in later?
Just seems to me, especially with some of the larger plows I've seen pics of recently, you can really re-design terrain...especially with how water gets channeled.
So I'm curious if it's a "after the season" type activity to go back and fill in the trench.
2) Are fiberglass handles common?
I'm slowly upgrading my home tools to fiberglass...just something about the "firm" feel I prefer, and most of my newer rakes, shovels, etc aren't designed for the wood handles to be replaced anyway.
I do still use by wood-handled rake when tending the brush piles...afraid I'd melt the fiberglass ;) Just curious if handline crews still use mostly wood, or fiberglass.
My fire company's wildland tools are all wood or metal; though all our axes & mauls are either fiberglass or the next replacement handle will be.