Mowing the lawn is good exercise and Lawn Boy is a good buy
The last rain made the grass grow tall again. In May the lawn growth usually slows down and I only have to mow every few weeks. This much rain is unusual and the grass was getting high enough that the mower wouldn't be able to take it down.
But I really enjoy mowing. I put on earmuffs to muffle the sound and let the world fade away as I follow the mower around the yard. I have mowed the yard enough that most rock and tough places are gone. I let the cut grass fall on the lawn and leave it there. It builds soil eventually. If you catch it in a grass catcher, it does make good compost because it will get hot and help heat up the other compostibles.
I have a lawnmower with a Briggs and Straton mower. This one is a Lawn-Boy. All three models don't require and second thought or a second pull. If you want a lawnmower that is budget-friendly and back to basics, this is a good buy. There is no need to prime or choke when starting. Lawn Boy includes their 3 Year Tru-Start Commitment that will guarantee the mower will start on one or two pulls for up to three years or they will fix it for free. That is a boon to those of us who feel exhausted after pulling the rope on our mower multiple times. This mower has a free 3-year power train warranty and a 2-Year No Worry Warranty with full coverage. Moreover the Lawn Boy is carbon compliant so you're not polluting.
At Lawn Boy 10646 20-Inch 6.75 GT Briggs & Stratton Gas Powered Variable Speed Rear Wheel Drive Self Propelled Lawn Mower (CARB Compliant)
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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at May 12, 2010 10:25 AM