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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by CreativeLawncareSolutions, Apr 17, 2013.
Yuck. That is a lot of floaters.
Wish that worked for the wind. Hard to get things done when it blows 20-30 MPH for months on end. No snow or frost so the weeds and insects are still alive.
I am going to have to put a coat on this week for the mornings. Hard to believe this close to May. Suppose to be in the 40s every morning
Heck, it was 28 degrees this morning when I checked! 2 days ago it was 80 degrees out and I was wearing shorts and t shirt! I have to wait for the frost to melt before I can do anything.
Yeah, it's a bit nippy out in the mornings still. I get to sport the company logo hooded sweatshirt while actually working, though. A rare treat.
Stupid frost. Woke up this morning to 35 degrees and a frost covered lawn. Hate sittin around and waiting for the ground to dry to a reasonable level...I wanna work now, darnit.
Complete washout here in Cincy today. Temps rapidly declining too. It was 65 degrees when I woke up. It will supposedly be 45 in just a matter of hours. It's wacky.
We got 5" of snow Monday night/Tuesday morning. It is just drying out enough to mow tomorrow. But still can't complain, we need the moisture. This will be the best start for our season in years.
It's freezing. Frost advisory til 9 am.
Another cold front and the ground is soaked. I cleaned up azaleas full of vines and trees yesterday. I think all i can do is go back and finish that unless i get rained out again. Come on man, It's almost May.