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Decided to do a much smaller garden this year and change locations so the old garden will be a nice new lawn for the kids to play on. Had to plow up last years mess first

Then disced it out a bit

Used the grader blade on it after and it looks real nice, gonna get back out tomorrow and spread some seed

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It is a gilson made monkey wards, a 1974 with a 16 horse B&S. Also there is a place to put weights on there so the first chunk of cement sits flat. just bounces a bit thats why it is tied down.

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