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If it isn’t raining, it is cloudy. I mowed today, but it was almost too dark to see what I was doing.
Still learning the new Ego trimmer. I lost control a couple of times.
Used the original mower battery. It still works.
Total mowing electricity costs for the season so far this season is $0.12. That is recharge and maintence of charge.
I need to sharpen the blade (the one I took off last year,so I can swap it with the current blade.
First mow of the season. The batteries were maintained on trickle charge since last December.
Total cost of electricity for last year was a whopping $2.30.
The grass is just starting to grow, and we have not had a lot of rain this month. I think it is going to be a strange season.
I did not edge yet, but those batteries have been charged too.
- Used the corded electric Power Curve 1800 snow thrower from Toro. Although it is rated for 12 inches of snow, it cut through 22 inches (although the snow that passed over the top of the machine required a second pass to be completely clear.
I have 300 feet of cold weather extension cord. I deploy what I need for the job.