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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 10-05-2006, 09:26 PM
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Arizona just keeps lookin' better and better, doesn't it? I left my mower in Chicago when I moved out here...
Utah about the same with that lawn crap is it not? I saw lots of very nice brown easy to care for yards there ....
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You see this kind of stuff out here a lot. My yard looked a lot like this when I lived in Phoenix. No grass -- rocks.


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You see this kind of stuff out here a lot. My yard looked a lot like this when I lived in Phoenix. No grass -- rocks.

That's some funny looking yellow mushrooms you have in your yard. I bet they're HELL to saute'!

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Ain't my yard -- I live in the desert dude...

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Ain't my yard -- I live in the desert dude...
So you live close to the peyote cacti??

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I got cited $60 for not having cut the grass. Some asshole must have come by and measured my grass and found out that I was a half an inch over the limit. First of all it has not rained here for ages and I was not going to kill the grass so I can trim it a half an inch. Ok, now I am thinking I should just pour cement on my front lawn and be done with this grass business. They can kiss my butt after that.
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I believe the rule of thumb is not to cut more than a 1/3 when mowing.

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