All the recent trail activity got me to thinking. "We need some proper trail maintenance tools!" Well, it just so happens that in the latest Dirt Rag, they review some trail making/ maintenance tools. The common names for the two most useful grubbing tools are the McCleod, and the Pulaski. The unique thing about these tools is their versatility and sturdiness. The versions reviewed in Dirt Rag are called "Shulaski Custom Trail Tools" and are an updated, higher quality tool than the traditional McCleods and Pulaskis that are normally available. I am pretty serious about getting a couple of these, as it will increase the efficiency of trail building in the Cedar Valley, and make it easier to maintain them. The right tool for the job, ya know!