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    Low Tech Pile Driver

    I guess what ever works

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    Where are those guys when I need them. Great post.
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    great use of words glenn and that must be some soft ground there sinking that post in:0
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    Ha! That must be some pretty soft soil. I sure don't think Id want to build anything that relied on those "piles" staying in place.
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    That's pretty funny. The audio was great too. I guess some one had to keep time so they'd all be together, otherwise it wouldn't work.

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    Sent the link for that video to my dad (the civil engineer who has seen more piles driven than most of us). I suspect he'll get a big kick out of it.
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