Bought a New Leaf Rake Last Night

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Bruce
User
Last night in Lowes, bought a new leaf rake. It's a 30" wide Craftsman (made by Ames) clog free design, plastic rake with wooden handle. We have a mixture of fescue grass and moss in out front yard, which is surrounded by 100+ feet tall pine trees, which means plenty of pine straw to be raked up several times. Using metal rake, usually takes the better part of a day. Using new rake, less than an hour to do same job. Rake carries a 15 year warranty. Cost less than $20 out the door.
 

Oka

Casey
Corporate Member
No pine straw or leaves here really. In Hawaii mostly dropping palm fronds and stupid wild chickens
 

DSWalker

David
Corporate Member
Sounds like the one I use to rake up sweet gum balls. They are nice and cover a LARGE swath with each pull.
 

Roy G

Roy
Senior User
When I lived in Cary, we had a lot of pine trees in the front yard. I would get my daughter to rake the needles up and put them in grocery bags. Put them out by the curb and invariably they would be gone in the morning. Apparently somebody wanted them.

Roy G
 

Oka

Casey
Corporate Member
True enough got way too ,any avocados here, oranges, papayas and passion fruit.

Funny thing, there 50+ varieties grown here.

Also, we can get all the mangos we want.

Yeah, but you can pick up avocados off the side of the road...
 

drw

Donn
Corporate Member
Bruce, you need to post a video demonstrating how to successfully use the new technology!
 

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