You get the best cut with a reel mower for sure. Hard work though.I remember mowing the lawn with a 'reel' type mower like the one pictured. And our house had good sized lawns. Kept sharp, they actually do a beautiful job.
You get the best cut with a reel mower for sure. Hard work though.
On the subject of cursive writing. A friend just told me recently she handed a young guy written instructions for something she wanted done. The kid handed it back and said "sorry I don't read cursive" The days of using it as code are already here.
My grandparents had a self-propelled gas mower, reel type. Putt,putt, putt, putt. I think it was a Tecumseh. I used it to make my $5 weekly spending $$ doing their lawn while Granma tended her plants & shrubs.I remember mowing the lawn with a 'reel' type mower like the one pictured. And our house had good sized lawns. Kept sharp, they actually do a beautiful job.
No Father at home.
With 8 kids he didn't have too much trouble making contact.Learned cursive. Used a reel mower. Had shag carpet. Made book jackets out of shopping bags. Went to the drug store and bought smokes for my Dad when I was 10. So I guess you could say - "I've done it all".
Does anyone remembers being in the back seat,,,, the parent driving tells you to be quiet,,,, you don't listen,,,, and while they were driving with the left hand, the right hand came back over the seat, blindly swinging, looking for something to make contact with!!!!!
Spanked first by the Principal, second by Mom, then to "Wait 'till your father gets home" to have a discussion between my butt cheeks and his leather belt.Oh, that was never good. Would make for a long afternoon!
Scott in Oconto Falls, WI. He started there right out of high school and retired from there.Nicolet?