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« Reply #15: March 24, 2007, 02:22:57 pm »

I used to have something like that but I referred to it in an unkind way.
Melanie

The newer ones are a lot better than the old clunkers that weigh a ton and jam all the time.  They're still better for postage-stamp lawns, though.  I wouldn't want to mow a large area with one.

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« Reply #16: March 24, 2007, 02:56:05 pm »

Yea those kind of yards are best for them. Mine is a little uneven in areas and so was a little bit of a challange. But it was still do able. It would take a very long time for a very large yard.
I found it to be quite meditative as I mowed row by row.

The newer ones are a lot better than the old clunkers that weigh a ton and jam all the time.  They're still better for postage-stamp lawns, though.  I wouldn't want to mow a large area with one.

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« Reply #17: March 25, 2007, 10:23:58 am »

the clock's here went forward an hour last night so it really does feel like spring now Smiley
Though i was slightly miffed that i thought i got up early then realised i had'nt changed the clocks....d'oh
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« Reply #18: March 26, 2007, 12:47:36 am »

I love Japan!  The clocks don't move at all!!  No daylight savings!!  It's wonderful!  But it feels like spring nonetheless.  I love this country...

On a sad note...two of my plants died as if overnight.  I was pretty upset
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« Reply #19: March 26, 2007, 08:45:14 pm »

Okay - I do feel dumb. I used to have something like that but I referred to it in an unkind way. They are much better for the environment though. I will rationalize my owning a gas powered mower by promising that it rarely gets used. All my previous neighbors will back me up on this.

Melanie

I was going to get a reel mower but then realized that my small backyard is mostly roots sticking up. Soooooo, I got a weedwhacker. I learned how to use it this weekend. I LLLLLLLLOOOOOOVVVVVVEEEEEEEE power tools. Mine runs on electricity.

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