Mow and then snow! Made a little time lapse of my lawn & x380 before the snow storm!
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    Mow and then snow! Made a little time lapse of my lawn & x380 before the snow storm!

    I had put down all my lawn food last week, which got rained in, and the grass bounced back pretty good from the long winter. Looked at the extended forecast over the weekend and saw snow Saturday into Sunday - but even worse, rain all week next week. I knew the couple hour window I had Saturday morning was my only shot.

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    What were those little weed/bushes you mowed around in the left side of the picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kleiss1! View Post
    What were those little weed/bushes you mowed around in the left side of the picture?
    Tulips!

    Every spring we have some tulips that pop up there. Nothing I have used on the yard has killed them. I relocated the larger bulbs but I keep getting tulips there every year.

    I'm pretty sure the lawn used to only go to there, and the back half of the yard was wooded at one point, so I think they had the tulips line the back edge of the yard. The people I bought it from clear cut the back 1/4 of the lot, so now those tulips are just kind of in the middle there.

    I mow around them until they bloom, and then I just mow over them.
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    When you can mow that fast, you can get out ahead of things.
    "It's not how fast you mow, it's how well you mow fast"




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    Quote Originally Posted by darkrt View Post
    When you can mow that fast, you can get out ahead of things.
    I loved the speed at which you mow at lol nice video
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    Neat video!
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    That was cool. Thanks for posting
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    Great video, thanks for posting.
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