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Re: Reel Mowers

I've wanted one of those reel mowers also, Jesse.  My motivation was that I 
wanted to mow REAL early in the morning when the temperature is cool without 
feeling guilty about waking up the neighborhood.  I had been mowing my own lawn, 
and when I did it was always on Saturday morning and I felt I couldn't start 
the damn thing until after 12 pm when everyone in the neighborhood was up out 
of bed.  

For the past two years, with Steve in law school, things have been too hectic 
and crazy for me, so we've been using a landscaper.  Steve garduated in May 
and is studying for the bar exam now.  So, next year I want to go back to doing 
it myself.  Though I have to admit that I can't edge the damn sidewalk the 
way the landscaper does.  He makes it look much better than I ever did.

Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

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