I finished grading my clay driveway, for now anyway. 2320 with 54" plow in front, 48" boxblade and york rake.
I would like to take that pile and with the help of this http://www.ebay.com/itm/PELLET-MILL...680?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3a668d26b0 and heat my house with my John Deere Pellet stove!Turn this:
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Here's a photo with a few things in the foreground so you can see how big the woodchip pile is. 5' high:
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I am waiting for my newly graded backyard to dry, it is still damp and it is hard to rake.My first attempt at shooting, editing, and uploading using an iphone4. Using a TSC landscape rake on ground that is just a little too wet.
You have grass to mow already? It is still Winter!I did not use my 2720 today, but I did mow for the first time with my JD Z655 zero turn mower.
This was the first time I have been on a zero turn mower. The learning curve was not as bad as I thought it might be.
I even mowed around the edge of a pond. I thought I would have to use the 2720 for that. Mowing sure is faster with a zero turn mower, but after 20 years I miss mowing with a tractor mower.
Have you been getting the "Heat Wave"?Yes we do.
I was about 20 miles south of here today & it looked like they had mowed several times already.
Looks good, this was me last May with my recently traded in 2305.Trimmed trees, then chipped branches.
I used to do that all the time with my 2305 and 54C mulching mower. I now have a 2320 with a 62D mulching mower. It still works well but you do have to go slower, mulching is a worthwhile compromise.Make a "second pass" 90 degrees from the first pass. Twice the seat time and that criss-cross pattern will really make your lawn look good. :laugh:
Nice Hangar you got there! Tractors and RC planes are my favorites!Here is what I did.