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Re: wagons and carts


I use a old metal wagon, a wheel barrow and a cart for the old ATV. Each has
a special use and I can't imagine not having any one of them. I use all
three when I repot the pond plants or put in a new flower bed. But one thing
I don't have is a good watering can. Kitty, where did you get yours?

Dan

----- Original Message -----
From: <kmrsy@comcast.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, October 24, 2003 3:54 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] wagons and carts


> Sounds like a great cart Rich. Rubbermaid really makes some great items.
> I don't imagine there is a household in the US that doesn't contain
> something with the name Rubbermaid on it and I can't think of any RM
> item that didn't perform well.
>
>
> Sometimes we can get by with less expensive items and I've never thought
> I needed top-of-the-line, but there are times it pays to get the better
> item. Another favorite I have is a French watering can. I paid something
> like $25, but I love it. It holds over 3 gallons and the handle is
> ergonomically right - you can hold it comfortably in different places
> along the handle to evenly distribute the weight, also has a nice wide
> mouth for easy filling, and an easily detachable rosette.
>
>
> Kitty
> > Years ago I bought a Rubbermaid 2 wheel garden cart, with the cover and
> > accessory tray.  You know the one made out of that brown plastic.  The
thing
> > is indestructable, has pneumatic tires and goes anywhere.  I had it full
of
> > sand (wet) and the tires were flat, so got out the air compressor and
put in
> > about 80 lbs pressure in each.  Figured for sure that I'd need new
wheels
> > and tires, but they held up.  Made a believer out of me.  Rich in Z-5
> >
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