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    yeah, shocking for me too. Crappy lack of sun too, so it's looking pretty crappy at my house...

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    Quote Originally Posted by broke90 View Post
    It's been a vicious cycle. The grounds been too wet to mow so the grass grows more, which retains even more water so it stays wet, I'm on a ride on and last time I tried it got bogged and had to be towed out.
    Oooo, thankfully mines not that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnrdavo View Post
    yeah, shocking for me too. Crappy lack of sun too, so it's looking pretty crappy at my house...
    Shade or just weather?

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    Both... but at least some od rhe trees out the front a dropping their leaves..but then the sun angle is different so much less coverage...
    Just not the year for a good lawn at my place, a real first world problem

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    Bummer.
    I don't have much of a lawn, but it's looking fantastic.

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    Snow forecast for tonight/tomorrow, see if it actually comes.
    Still waiting for the cold snap.

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    So, we had a light dusting of snow at the top last night/this morning, and some stayed around for the day.
    There's more predicted tonight.
    Will be interesting to see how much comes.

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    post up some pics. Was 9 degrees here this morning, but nice and sunny now!

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    It's been good weather up here in the Mountains for over a week and staying that way up to Sunday so I reckon I'll make the most of it and do a whole whipper-snip and mow. The ground should be dry enough for my mower to not get bogged this time around.

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    Just made a a home made dust extractor for 20 bucks
    Works perfect





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