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    Given your prowler escapade wouldn't it be cheaper just to buy one?

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    Cheese Puff, making me feeling like a punk. This is the second year that I have a lawn service for both my house and my daughters.

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    We have 2 1/2 acres to mow and last year I got a self propelled walk behind mower. In one shot, I can git er done in a little over 90 minutes. Sometimes I break it up over a day or so. The only real problem is the section right by the lake where there are a bunch of cypress knees that make things tricky.

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    we had one of those rotary push mowers, dang thing kept jamming so that was my excuse to get a lawn service

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    Monday 5/24/2021

    Deads 135x3 225x1 255x3 was a little worried. double overhand grip.

    When you're inconsistent, it is harder to plan / know where you are.

    Did my daughters lawn yesterday, 80F.
    This may have included some perspiration.
    Boat prep continues. I am wildly optimistic.

    Carson:
    Cheaper... it would have been cheaper to use my brother's rogue prowler, which he offered.
    But it would have been hard on cement.

    BrooklynJerry:
    I decided in 2007 to switch to a riding mower, when I was using my cane behind a self propelled.
    Let's just say I was walking poorly.

    Mark Hurling:
    I complain about the maple root... I've seen cypress roots, I want no part of them.
    Maybe with a stump grinder. LOL.

    Mr. Bingley:
    I've long wanted one of those. I used to take my riding mower to my dad's 5 acre slice of a flood plane in Indiana.
    I think I left a good bit of the useful life of my lawn tractor there. I suspect a rotary would have been the right tool for that job,
    especially when it had been more than a month.

    Frankly, I'm a bit embarrassed that I don't "need" a prowler for a "good workout", LOL.
    But, we are where we are, and that's where we have to start.
    Without the lifting, which started in 2016, I'm sure I'd have gotten a lot of use out of that "walker with a seat" I was eyeing.
    So, from that perspective, I'm doing great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesepuff View Post
    Frankly, I'm a bit embarrassed that I don't "need" a prowler for a "good workout", LOL.
    But, we are where we are, and that's where we have to start.
    Without the lifting, which started in 2016, I'm sure I'd have gotten a lot of use out of that "walker with a seat" I was eyeing.
    So, from that perspective, I'm doing great.
    Yes sir, yes you are. And whether you want to or not, all of y'all serve as great inspiration to us "young 'uns" (53 here).

    Last weekend I was working with a lady as I was coaching her on clearing trees from a trail with a 2-person crosscut saw (just like your grandpa used to use). I've worked with her many times before and she's always so much fun to work with. That day was no different, as she was horsing that blade through a 16" tree that had fallen across the trail, clearing all of the debris, and cleaning up. Multiple times throughout the day. It wasn't until the end of the day that she mentioned in passing that she is 73.

    Watching y'all informs me of who I want to be when I grow up.

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    Thanks for the tip to add some "real 🍋" to the water. I know a diner I go to always puts lemons in the pitcher of water.

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    6/2/2021 Wednesday

    Back from boating in the Northwoods of Wisconsin.

    Press w/arc 42x5 92x3 123x3,3,3 felt heavy / wobbly

    Squat 45x3 135x1 175x3,3,3 Probably needed that low weight, but feel I can increment 5's now

    My vacations turn out to be a lot of work.
    Put the bimini on my Grizzly tracker 1754.
    My brother installed the sump pump.
    First trial / break in of the new motor.
    All went well. Very pleased with the performance of motor (Evinrude e-tec 25 hp) and Bimini.
    Cold, windy and rainy most of the time, but one day of warmer weather with a lot of sunshine where the bimini was great to have.

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    6/5/2021 Saturday

    Bench 45x3 115x1 152x3,3,3

    Squat 45x3 135x1 180x3,3,3

    Squats finally feel "normal".

    Great to get a couple lifts at almost regular times. LOL.
    I heard it said if you can squat 405, you can paint your house.
    .... maybe I can stain the deck.

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    LOL. I needed that laugh. I've been suspicious from the beginning about this lockdown and who was responsible for it and why Dr. Fauci got away with all of his lies. It's all coming out now and Fauci will never have to pay for his complicity. Anyway, thanks for the laugh about the contrast between painting the house and staining the deck. It makes me happy to know that I will never have to paint the house.

    Do you suppose the USSF will have guts enough to sponsor events this fall?

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