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Re: Weeds, grass, and the like

Now, Jesse, that does sound interesting, esp. the part about it not
being too heavy and the cord feeding automatically - that thread went
south with the rest of the mail in my inbox...which model B&D
weedeater is it?

I've been thinking one would be really nice; we have one - a massive
old gas item that has been gathering dust in the basement for at
least 15 years; I can hardly lift the durn thing, let alone hold it
for an extended period to use it.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> On Monday, August 16, 2004, at 12:14 PM, Jesse Bell wrote:
>  By the way Jim (and any of you who might be interested...) I just
>  my Black and Decker Weed Eater that you recommended. I've quit
>  all over the place...and now I'm weed-eating and edging everything
> the place. My husband, of course, was thrilled. It is not so heavy
> it kills my back, I don't have to keep "bumping" it to feed out the
> cord, it does it automatically and I should have bought one of
these a
> long, long time ago!!

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