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    With all the rain here in NE Texas, the grass is growing faster than I can cut it, and this means less scrolling! But, not complaing, because this means more hay this winter. Guess I will watch less Tv (go Rangers) at night and do more woodwork!


  • #2
    same here,now that the weather has improved,heat is up,so the growth is realy moving ,cut my lawn,about once a week,with a mower thats on its last legs,hope it will stay goin g at least for another summer,
    not doing much
    and busy doing it

    having fun making sawdust.


    • #3
      We're down to about 20 inches - of snow still on the ground! It's been pretty nice the past week however - up to about 45*F midday.

      I'm riding my motorcycle to work today...
      Douglas Fraser
      Eagle River, Alaska

      My Gallery - Aurora Wood Crafts


      • #4
        Funny how house duties get between the scrollsaw and the pattern vault!
        When looking at the clock at work--the correct time is:
        Too early to leave, too late to call in.


        • #5
          Better than clearing snow.

          Delta P-20 & Q-3

          I wondered why the baseball was getting bigger. Then it hit me!


          • #6
            OH, you'r talking about lawn grass.....thought it might be some other reason you could not work in your shop....


            • #7
              Cut grass once. Put bike on road.


              • #8
                Ever thought of using a couple of goats to keep the grass frome getting too tall? This would free up more time for scrolling. Just a thought!


                • #9
                  Or a couple of sheep. You know what they say about them. They'll mow it to the ground. Ha. I saw a restruant in Wisconsin that had two goats on the roof. It was a sod roof & they kept it nice & clean. Didn't worry about them running away either.


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