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Felt Like Fall So Time To Sweep

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On another post the talk was about lawn sweeping. So it felt like fall today in Pardeeville, WI. I hadn't run the Big 10 in a month or so and I used the cool temps to heat her up. The sweeper was a $20 garage sale find a few years ago. [IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v374/55chevy/Big10andSweeper.jpg[/IMG] Someday I'll strip the Big 10 down and rebuild her but not anytime soon. Deer season starts in 12 days.:D

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I must admit the stripes produced by the simplicity landlord and the big 10 turn me into a yard artist at times. I try to alternate cuts each time I mow and this past cutting I made rainbow arched stripes. It was quite fun.

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