Literally. Digging, as in a trench, as in a very long trench. As noted recently, I got a new satellite system. The guy who put it in had a car accident the day before he was installing it. Hurt his back and neck so he could not dig the trench and put the cable underground.
Never fear said I, I enjoy working in the yard (I don't mind it really). I can do it. He offered to come back after he healed and do it - but I said no. He looked at me like "yeah, sure". Then, he took it off the bill.
Now I know why I work with computers ;) Ouch describes it. I'll be hurting tomorrow. But the entire thing is underground, buried, out of site.
I'll keep my day job thank you very much.
Coming up this weekend - I move some cut of pieces of tree from one place to another place in my yard. We had to have a couple of trees removed - some died, one was in the way of the most perfect line of site to satellite A6. It was expendable. Now I have what used to be really tall trees in really big piles. Wood is heavy. Should be fun. Makes me look forward to my Sunday afternoon flight to Toronto for the Toronto OUG on Monday. Should be a good show - Jonathan Lewis will be there as well. I enjoy his presentations.