I go to do a bid today and the first thing I notice about the place is that it has a very steep bank about 50 yards long and 10 yards wide. On top of that the slope ends abruptly on the edge of the road. Wow, I thought there is no way I would take any mower across that other than a push mower. Even then if the grass was wet one would take a chance of sliding down the slope right into the road. So being curios, I asked the owners "How did the last guy do this?" They told me he stood at the top of the bank with a rope tied to his push mower. He would push it over the side and then reel it back in. He would mow the entire length of the bank that way. I am not going to say anything negative about it, but that is a method I really don't think I will try if I win the bid. No complaining or talk of scrubs. Just something I have never seen.