Air cadet digs a trench in his mom's vegetable patch so he can sleep like First World War soldier
from National Post
Dylan Ferris is not your average history buff. After receiving “very vague” instructions on a personal project for class, the 10th grader decided to dig a trench so he could sleep like a First World War soldier. The trench, about four feet deep and six feet long, is now ready and wide enough to clean a rifle inside. “It’s basically like a grave with a bunch of dirt piled on the sides,” Ferris said. There’s a ladder on one side and piles of sandbags stuffed with paper on the other side. There’s even a duckboard to keep from stepping or sleeping on mud.
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