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    DH does it mostly at our place. He really doesn't do much inside and only does the lawns about once every 3 weeks so has it pretty easy.

    I have mowed a few times when he was digging out a garden & doing other stuff outside. I refuse to mow the front though, I will only mow the backyard.

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    DH does it now. He is fast and does a good job. Initially I did it and he always vacuumed, but the kids seem to always need me so we swapped jobs.

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    DF... I did it once after thinking how awesome I was for getting it started. DF came home and said while he appreciated it he'd rather do it himself so it's done properly... Lol, doesn't worry me!

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    I do through neccessity.

    I borrow the neighbours mower and go for it. I have only just started using the whippersnipper though, and that thing is tiring!

    This thread is very annoying though... I need to go do the mowing and don't want too!

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    I don't mow. I did it once or twice when we first had a yard to mow 10 years ago and haven't done it since.

    It's not worth paying someone to mow the council strip of grass we have so DH mows it but if we get a decent sized yard when we move I'm going to guess we'll pay someone to do it, at least every second time through the warmer months.
    We are not gardening type people. I like to enjoy a nice yard, not have to work in it *readjusts princess crown*

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    Jim's mowing does ours. $25 for the nature strip and check yard and he does an wesome job

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    DH does our lawns and gardens. I'd never be able to do it to his standards!

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    Will, the mower man.

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    I mow whilst DH whipper snips.


 
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