Articulated or telescoping? And why?
It's time to put away the ladders for trimming trees. I am having far too many scary moments! I haven't called a sales place yet. I need to understand more before I call.
We had about 60 friends over last Saturday night for the *Grand Opening* The weather was perfect, which is always a good start. The caterer really brought it and our new bartender is a keeper. A couple of shots of how it looked when it arrived.
Last week I saw a woodchuck making a home in the dam of my pond. Not good.. I bought a trap and according to Mrs. Google on the phone a cantaloupe for bait. I set the trap yesterday morning and motored out every few hours with the hope that I caught him. No luck. I went to work this morning at...
To be raising 2 Boston Terrier Puppies. Ok, I will.
It is been really fun so far.. The female(Mae) is a rockstar. She is going to the door when nature calls and to date has only piddled once in the hall. She loves her kennel and sleeps through the night without a peep.
Max is a month younger...
I've got 4
A small battery operated for light trimming
A Stihl MS180 which over performs its capacity - big thumbs up
A Stihl MS211-cbe - Which sucks..it has the goofy chain adjuster and the weird pull start.. thumbs down
A Stihl MS 261 which is amazing, but gets pretty heavy after an hour of...
Less than a week ago we were contacted by a boyscout in Canada that is 3d printing ear savers for protective face masks. 3d printing is a good way to design and engineer but very slow to produce parts. Our team designed and built a double cavity injection mold in less than 4 days. Typically...
What garbage! We got stuff out today to start decorating for the holidays. For one blue spruce tree right outside, we used 15 strings of 25' C9 Leds..
After 2 winters only 3 of them worked. And they were stored perfectly.