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yes...

good plan...

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Agree, the string trimmers are for younger (than me) folks. So are the push mowers.

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I'd love something like that! Reality is, for my yard you'd climb atop it, turn it on, engage the cutter, done!! Climb back off. :lol:

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10 minutes ago, John Morris said:

I'd love something like that! Reality is, for my yard you'd climb atop it, turn it on, engage the cutter, done!! Climb back off. :lol:

Phyl does most of the tow behind driving. The weed eaters were/are my job. It usually takes us 2 or 3 days to do it all...at least the way she wants it done. Luckily, we only need to mow maybe 3 or 4 times a year....depending on our rains. But, now, I get to ride, too.:rolleyes:

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Gene,

Where is the umbrella to your wife out of the sun when mowing?

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24 minutes ago, Chips N Dust said:

Gene,

Where is the umbrella to your wife out of the sun when mowing?

The tow vehicle has a roof and a windshield. Might need an umbrella for the little mower, though. :rolleyes:

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21 hours ago, John Morris said:

I'd love something like that! Reality is, for my yard you'd climb atop it, turn it on, engage the cutter, done!! Climb back off. :lol:

 

I would get a spray bottle of Round-Up and do it once a year.

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