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Mike S.'s scenic photo from northern Wisconsin - enhanced greatly by his two tractors in the foreground - came while I was putting gardens to bed in southern WI. The Landlord 3410H and the Big Ten are getting a rest. Soon they'll have the snow caster and blade mounted in anticipation of a winter with lots of snow (I hope!). Two other notes: That's a Johnny Products weight box on the back of the G14. Last winter I filled it with concrete patio blocks and pushed snow all winter without chains. Also, that little garden in the background was sod over clay that had not been turned for 40 years until I dug into it 8 years ago. Six inches of chopped leaves every fall, 4-6 inches of homemade compost each spring, some balanced general-purpose garden fertilizer when planting, and all the hard work and patience pay off in great soil! Jay M.

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