Ban Dinh wrote:Like Dan Boone, I frequent sales, with estate auctions being preferred. I usually buy "vintage" yard equipment that was manufactured years ago to different standards and is still good for many years. Maybe the previous owners also bought junk, but got rid of it when it failed so it doesn't show up at the estate auction.
Artie Scott wrote:Update: new blade was $15; shipping was $16. I paid it, but not happy about it.
David Ulrich wrote:Berming--before water settles in one area--as is a technique within...permaculture for getting water "caught" to where it's desired...being (e.g. watering some trees, etc.) There's... drain pipe (in-ground), etc.? Also...? "Swamp"...plants: wetland's varieties...desirable, actually?
Jane Southall wrote:What is the best natural oil for waterproofing a deck, on a budget? Thanks.