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bootjack

[′büt‚jak]
(engineering)
A fishing tool used in drilling wells.
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We began laying slurry lines (fire retardant) down at Bootjack Gap on the Park side to keep it off the Forest.
I wore them as a youngster--I remember wrestling for an eternity with the bootjack (mine were undoubtedly hand-me-downs and probably a little too small, even well before I passed them on to someone else), trying to pull them off after a day out in the mud.
Bar - I don't think this gift would have assured him of our compatibility, despite it conveniently being a seat, storage-box and stylish bootjack all in one.
Loop back via Lost Trail and Bootjack Trail, down along Fern Creek; it's about a 3 1/2-mile loop.
Long shoehorns, bootjacks, and stocking aids make slipping on shoes and stockings easier.
She has a special fondness for old bottles, old bootjacks, and chipped stone pickling crocks; and her husband, who doesn't share this enthusiasm, has been heard to complain that their living room is beginning to look like somebody's basement.