He hauled perennials, shrubs and trees from the prairie into the city, and with an immigrant's audacity, he called his creation "an American garden."
While many nobles hauled trees to and from their orchards on the water, Locke's hosts were the first to go one step further.
Today a crew of shirtless hunks hauled rimu and beech trees and wheelbarrows of dirt up the barren hillside.
When Thailand cut back on logging, for example, at least 3,000 domesticated elephants were no longer needed for hauling felled trees.
Many of the stay-at-homes built fires, took down Christmas ornaments and hauled their yule trees to the sidewalk.
We finally tempered the seasonal distress by hauling live trees with great balls of earth on them into the house for the holidays.
The overland train concept first developed as a way to haul trees out of the bush, without the need to prepare a road capable of supporting a traditional truck.
Dearth evidently realized that they now had the means to haul trees out of the way, for the tackle could multiply their pulling power several fold.
Mr. Ellis, a carpenter, was planning to build sides on two flat-bed trailers so he could make money hauling trees and shrubs ruined in the hurricane nearly two weeks ago.
Most people, of course, let go of the holiday; by a week after Christmas, or certainly right after Epiphany, Jan. 6, they haul trees somewhere or put them out front for collection.