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    Cut grass for the first time this Summer

    Yes, I broke out the ole' John Deere and cut the grass in the back yard yesterday and trimmed it up. Winter returns the first part of next week with the lows in the mid to high 20's. Unfortunately there will be a lot of sick folks here in the next little while.
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    Hey, how about stopping by my place and hitting my grass while you are at it devldog? Mine needs to be cut again. First year I remember the grass growing this much mid-winter here in NC. Now if it would only stop raining long enough to get my mower out...
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    I moved ya from HELP! over to GENERAL DISCUSSION for more exposure.
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    You need to break out that MXT more often DD!!
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    Id love to bring the old JD with me to some of the places I hunt. Yep we got 8 inches the old geezer will be here for a while. No bugs thats the only good thing about cold but even that doesnt help much if its too cold to get out lol
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    Lots of sick folks around here, they don’t get out much...me, I’m out in this cold/snow five days a week all day, no hat/no gloves, rarely sick. What I really dread are these hot humid Michigan summers.

    I don’t miss mowing one bit, even on the comfy throne of my zero-turn commercial Toro (w/twin tank twin cupholders lol).
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    That's strange, even for the South this time of year. It seems that strange weather is happening all around us. Maybe the rain will stop long enough for you to get your grass cut, or better yet, do some Relic Hunting. Y'all stay warm djackson. Colder temps are headed out way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by civilman1 View Post
    You need to break out that MXT more often DD!!
    Your not kidding. I'm past ready to go, but my hunting pard has been tied up with work. I'm turning 64 next month and where we hunt is about an hour away and pretty rural. I don't much like to hunt out and away by myself much anymore. But I sure have had the bug to go. I have only used the Safari once or twice, but I still plan on using the MXT Pro as well.

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    Hi My lawns are just a dry dust bowl . Might get the wife put green powder marker on them .TP

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    I need a snow blower/mower to get down to the lawn
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    I've already had to mow twice since Christmas. Looks like after this next rain tomorrow will need it again. I just wish it would get cold enough to kill off the mosquitoes.

 

 

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