Next they will be critics about the way the gravel is oriented in the driveway
Another use for a snowblower?
Posted September 30, 2016 - 01:09 PM
Posted September 30, 2016 - 02:18 PM
Yeah, whiney, bitchy, pissy, crybabyish...
Did i spell it incorrectly? Lol.
They are very picky about everything, unless of course, you live on the crappy side of town, then they dont care if you have 3ft weeds around your 85 monte carlo sitting on blocks in your front yard.
I really wanna move back out to the country, perhaps one day.
I love living in an unzoned area. We have none of the issues with that stuff. But it is a double edged sword. Because you do see the guy with 3 foot of weeds and an 85 Monroe Carlo on blocks.
Right down the road from me is a trailer. He cuts his grass once a summer if it needs it or not. Has a 90s Astro van with no windows sitting in his yard. When he does cut grass he doesn't weed wack anything...
- Alc, michael.kitko and Sawdust have said thanks
Posted October 01, 2016 - 09:06 AM
For leaf removal, I use the northwest wind, works every year!
yep,,,use the same prevailing wind every year. If i want leaves I have to get out and rake them up before the wind sends them south.
- Alc said thank you
Posted October 01, 2016 - 09:09 AM
If i want leaves I have to get out and rake them up before the wind sends them south.
Posted October 01, 2016 - 10:59 AM
When I cleared the lots to build on I cut about 140 young trees. Then the EAB came along and had to cut about 35 ash trees out and now I am down to about 20 trees, mostly pin oak and a few maple. If it wasn't for the fence for my pups most leaves would blow over to the neighbor to the east.
- Sawdust said thank you
Posted October 01, 2016 - 02:31 PM
The snowblower sounds like a great idea I have a 24" Toro two stage to try as soon as I get it running..