[elky] Re: Fwd: 4/16/10

  • From: Ray Buck <rbuck@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: elky@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 17 Apr 2010 11:30:16 -0600

 I have decided to have someone else cut my lawn.

Now yer talkin!  That's what I do.  I pay a young man to do my lawn.  I pay it in advance and he just does it.  I've got wonna them lawns like you do.  It has 4 terrace-like levels and even the kid (well, he's 18, I guess that's still a kid) and his helper have trouble gettin the lawnmower up and down the hills.  It's about a 40 foot drop from the uppermost level to the lowest.  Much better to have someone else do it.


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On 4/16/2010 12:59 PM, STILLFRANKSFAULT@xxxxxxx wrote:
Here is a photo of me sleeping while cutting the lawn. LOL Dorothy took the photo when I must have been looking down at an adjustment.
  Well, the new JD tractor is great, but isn't everything when it's new. In the shot I'm cutting a flat section, and I'm thinking, hey this is pretty easy. Also in the shot you can notice that we are uphill from my neighbor, and my property has a hill between us.
    As luck would have it, or lack of tractor skill, while cutting the slope, I came moments away from rolling the tractor over on myself. I stopped it just as the weight was tilting. D'OH
    The wife was watching and was telling me to shut it off and leave it. Hell no. I drove it back to the flat section.
    So now what do I do with this new tractor??????
 Well, I got it at Lowes and they have a return policy that you can return anything within 39 days, no questions asked. As I type this the tractor is on a truck going back to lowes. And I get a full refund.  At least I didn't brake anything on it, or me. LOL
   I was a tractor guy for 24 hours. D'OH 
-Smoky Mt Frank-

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To: stillfranksfault@xxxxxxx
Sent: 4/16/2010 9:01:26 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Subj: 4/16/10

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