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Re: wagons and carts

Man, my e-mail must be messed up right now cause I'm not getting those messages from Kitty. Hmmm. That's the same kind of wagon I have Kitty, without the sides. I LOVE mine. But Pam bought me my first trug...and now I have 3 cause I use them so much. But Pam's yard is much smaller than mine and I have to hual stuff everywhere. In fact, when our oldest riding lawnmower bites the dust, my husband is going to have the blades and stuff removed and let me use it to attach my wagon to for when I work up at the front entry of our farm or down in the pastures.

Jesse R. Bell

From: "Pamela J. Evans" <gardenqueen@gbronline.com>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Subject: Re: [CHAT] wagons and carts
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 15:59:17 -0500

God love her - she had a BIG box of Kleenex for her allergies. Poor
angel. I'm so used to seeing a Coors light in Pat's little wagon. I use
my trugs.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: kmrsy@comcast.net
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 19:35:14 +0000

>Here's what my new wagon looks like - the one without the sides:
>I can't beleieve they want $119 for it; I paid $39. I've seen it for $69 with mesh removable sides, rather than wood.
>> Jesse mentioned her gardening wagon. What do the rest of you use?
>> Many years ago I bought a very low, square, shallow, 2 wheeled garden
>> cart that I love. It holds a lot and I like the fact that I don't have
>> to lift things too high to get them in. I also bought one of those
>> standard 2 wheel carts that are stackable (easy for the retailer to
>> ship) but I hated that thing. Always hit the front of my ankles on it
>> when I walked behind it and the shape only held deep things well. Got
>> rid of that in my last garage sale.
>> This year I bought another cart I reallllllly like. It's more of a
>> wagon, but I didn't get the sides with it. It's a green metal mesh - not
>> a springy mesh, but a steel-cut-out mesh so that wet stuff will drain.
>> Four wheels and a pull handle. I love the fact that I don't have to tip
>> it to move it like my first favorite cart. It has wide wheels and
>> carries a load well. Great for moving pots around. In fact, it's the
>> same cart they use at a local nursery.
>> Kitty
>> > Pam
>> > laughed when I pulled my gardening wagon out to work...shovel, rake,
>> > mulch...oh yes...and a huge box of Kleenex.
>> >
>> > Jesse Rene' Bell
>> > Claremore, OK
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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