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RE: RE: Theresa, found the perfect thing for you.....

Theresa, those chipper/leaf shredder things also create dust. dump your leaves into a trash barrel and lower your weedwhacker in to have a go at the weeds. That's all a chipper/leaf shredder thing is anyway. Margaret L

already know what I want for Christmas next year- one of those chipper/leaf
shreadder things.  Using the lawn mower the chop up leaves just isn't very
fun- you get half asphyxiated (sp?)from all the dust it creates.

Sac, CA zone 8-9.
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