1. nodle

    Lawn mowing

    Ah yes boys it's that time of the year again. As @jmanz always says "it's the call of the wild". The constant sound of mowers running in the distance. It has begun. Nothing like the early part of the Spring where you have to mow twice in one week just to keep up. Yes this is in the vent forum...
  2. jmanz

    New Lawn Mower

    My hand me down Toro lawn mower is on its last legs. Thinking about getting a Honda push mower possibly. Don't need too many options, just self propell mainly. Any other suggestions or experiences with Honda mowers?
  3. nodle

    Fertilizing your lawn

    I'm wondering if any of you fertilize your lawn? Before we moved I once bought a bag of weed and feed off the store at Walmart just thinking all fertilizers are the same. They are not though. There are different mixes for different type of soils or needs. Last year I bought 2x 50lbs bag of this...
  4. nodle

    Riding lawn mowers

    So yesterday my Dad brought me over a riding lawn mower. I have never owned one before. It's my fist time even using one. A friend of his bought a new one so my Dad took this one and went though it all and got everything ready and tuned up. It's a Craftsman Professional series and has I think...
  5. nodle

    Artificial grass

    Laying in bed this morning and this hit me. With all the advances in plastic. Why not make artificial grass? Basically this would come in big rolls like carpet. You can order the grass height based on what you like. Each stem of grass is made with hues and colors to look like different lengths...
  6. nodle

    Front lawn garden

    I like this. Plus think about how much money that they save.
  7. nodle

    Lawn Mower Tricycle
  8. WayneKerr

    Mow the lawn
  9. nodle

    Lawn chair balloonist

    I remember this from awhile back. I believe this is the same guy. Ken Couch is the quintessential American adventurer. Last weekend, he hitched 105 helium balloons to a lawn chair and set out on a nine-hour adventure that took him to a height of 13,000 feet, traveling 193 miles from his home in...