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Re: excited

For my yard we have extra wide tires for the mini(?) tractor -- it's called "mini" because it is one size down from a farm tractor --because our yard is so steep the smaller wheels just slip and then tear up what passes for grass in our potting clay soil. My spouse and I continually argue about what actually is growing back there - I say green weeds (henbit, etc), he thinks its mostly fescue and runs around trying to pull dandelions out of it! Provides the same degree of amusement as the snowblowing at your place!
On Thursday, December 26, 2002, at 07:58 PM, Donna wrote:

Well I guess I should finish my morning coffee B4 logging on to my

Wonder if they do that around here? Most times the clay will withstand
just about anything, unless of course it just got done raining.
IL Zone 5
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