I take every opportunity to brag about my grand-daughters. They are precious and I spend as much time with them as possible. On Saturdays we do yard games and I make outrageous contraptions that shoot footballs in the air, launch water balloons, portable roller cooasters and I even get them to do work around the house. The one thing that I never have to beg them to do is to "Zing". Zinging is what the girls calling removing weeds from the lawn using the Weed Zinger. It is
As we age, we look for reasons to live, love and laugh. At the "very" tender age of 62 I look for hobbies and distractions that won't leave me bruised, battered and broken...such as riding a two wheeled bike on a narrow bike path. To minimize the hazards of riding I lowered my sights and my seat to ground level by investing in a 3 wheeled recumbent trike. I still flipped the blasted thing! Not a scratch on me...until I knocked my head on the lift-gate of my car loading my bi
There is nothing more frustrating than to spray your lawn with a herbicide or to physically extract a weed only to have 2 more take it's place. I liken it to the cartoon shows when I was a kid where an alarm clock would not stop ringing and each time it was struck with a large hammer it became a smaller version of itself and still kept ringing. Pulling weeds is very much like that to me. I would venture to say that there are very few people that weed their yard as much as I
If your yard looks like a giant salad bowl filled with dandelion greens than there is no single weeding tool that is going to help you take back your lawn. To remove the problem you must remove the cause and in this case it is the soil. I have owned several homes and had to start a new lawn four times. Inheriting a lawn full of weeds is equally frustrating but it is a winnable war. The lawn in the picture below is not my lawn but my lawn did look a lot like it 3 years ago.