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    Posted: 26 Apr 2020 at 6:15pm
High traffic- full sun fescue.

Check the bottom post on this page,
Listed are the topics that we will be discussed
In this thread.

Edited by Sansome - 29 Apr 2020 at 9:42pm
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Nothing but weeds here but some of it looks like grass.

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Originally posted by CSL CSL wrote:

Nothing but weeds here but some of it looks like grass.



Mow it and show it, that’s what my grandfather always said.
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I can actually get behind this- I maintain 5 or so lawns in my work life, and am known for my hand edging.
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Originally posted by mr randal mr randal wrote:

I can actually get behind this- I maintain 5 or so lawns in my work life, and am known for my hand edging.


My F-ing lawn mower won’t stay running for more than 5 seconds,
This was the second time in a row that I had to use the weed eater on the lawn.
Glad to have a professional onboard, my thoughts were to maybe attract some Gardner’s
To the forum, and if they happened to like denim- even better.

Edit- if I had to hand trim the edges of my lawn, I think I would pin #1,354,218 to my chest,
Then jump off that red bridge you have up your way.

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Not so much a gardener, but l am into vintage denim.
I would imagine that if the lawnmower still had old fuel in it then that could be the problem when it comes to continuous running.
Wouldn't hurt to change the oil and air filter after cleaning out the carb of any crap first.

Strange thread title? But not as strange as the horse/fence one.

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Originally posted by Dr_Heech Dr_Heech wrote:

Not so much a gardener, but l am into vintage denim.
I would imagine that if the lawnmower still had old fuel in it then that could be the problem when it comes to continuous running.
Wouldn't hurt to change the oil and air filter after cleaning out the carb of any crap first.

Strange thread title? But not as strange as the horse/fence one.




Cleaning the carb feels like homework (I don't like it) your right, thats probably the problem.
I was looking at the big hole in my fence, while trying to remove my camper. I live in a horse friendly neighborhood, most of the horses are friendly, not so sure about the owners, chewed up fences all over the place, my thoughts were- draw some horse people to the forum, and if they like denim...
all the better Wink

edit- wait til you see my- show us your chickens in the neighborhood, that thread is sure to catch fire!
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Chicken shit fades, not so much.

I'm hanging on for your forthcoming "photos of all the levis l'm going to put into the BOOK which is going to be finished one day" - thread.


Gotta go to work soon so...
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Originally posted by Dr_Heech Dr_Heech wrote:

Chicken shit fades, not so much.

I'm hanging on for your forthcoming "photos of all the levis l'm going to put into the BOOK which is going to be finished one day" - thread.


Gotta go to work soon so...


Shooting for 2022 now, it's only 12 years late, was going to ask if your locked down,
good to see your still working- get to workLOL
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Here are the topics we can post here.

Show us your fruit trees.                                           Show us your vintage family photos.

What not to wear while picking blackberries.            Show us your foraged food.

The top soil we make for our garden.

Show us your fruit cobbler.

Show us your garden.

Show us where your cat sleeps.

Any other ideas- welcome

Show us your cool guy- brother-in-laws potting shack
If you have a brother-in-law that throws down some cool
Bowls and coffee mugs
WE- want you!

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