In a scene from a movie, someone approaches an Irish farmer, who is stacking piles of peat, and says:
"Your father was a great man for making a rake. Even the great storm of '05 never knocked his rake."
Does the word "rake" here mean the same "gardening tool with a row of metal teeth at the end"? I think these words have something to do with those piles of peat, but I'm not sure. The words about the storm confused me even more. Any ideas?