Gas Lawn Mower
- Powerful 140cc OHV engine with auto choke packs enough power to cut through the roughest grass
- Rust-resistant 21-inch steel deck gets the job done quickly and efficiently
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Get your lawn mower ready for spring with these tipsMarch 5, 2018 - Standard-Examiner
Believe it or not, now is the time to start getting your lawn mower ready for spring. Yes, there is still snow on the ground, but if you wait until the first mow to pull your lawn mower out of the shed, you may find it needs some repair. “If they do...
Public Safety Log (March 8)March 8, 2018 - Albany Democrat Herald
Bicyclist hit — 6:55 p.m. Tuesday, near Pacific Boulevard and Washington Street. A 62-year-old man on a bicycle was struck by an Albany Police Department vehicle driven by Officer Dezi Meza. The Linn County Sheriff's Office investigated the accident...
CRAFTSMAN 21'' Push Gas Mower first start ever and overview.
We bought a 10 acre farm, so expect some more videos...and this place has a lot of grass...so I talked myself into buying a new unit. Here is the startup of my new lawn mower! It's a Craftsman...
Cordless Electric vs Gas Lawn mower - Why Cordless Electric Mower is Better
I describe why a cordless electric mower is better than a gas mower, show my 15 year old Black and Decker electric mower in action and then show how much lawn I mow with it.
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Won't Let You Fall [Wildfire 4]Siren-BookStrand. 2017
[Siren Publishing: The Lynn Hagen ManLove Collection: Erotic Alternative Contemporary Romantic Suspense, M/M, HEA] Lewis thinks moving to a small town will help his relationship with Grant, but the move only made matters worse. Now that Grant is in the wind, the law trying to track him down, Lewis struggles to get on with his life. Only, someone has begun to terrorize him--breaking into his house and vandalizing his bakery--and the last person Lewis expected to come to his aid is Mo--a man who runs every time Lewis tries to strike up a conversation. Moses Sheppard is rough around the edges, unpolished, and used to barking orders and getting the job done. He doesn't have a gentle bone in his body, until he meets Lewis, the timid little baker who is being harassed. Mo takes it upon...
You Can Have a Dog When I'm DeadDundurn. 2017
Hamilton Spectator columnist Paul Benedetti’s essays paint a wonderfully funny portrait of family life today. Paul Benedetti has a good job, a great family, and successful neighbours — but that doesn’t stop him from using it all as grist for a series of funny, real, and touching essays about a world he can’t quite navigate. Benedetti misses his son, who is travelling in Europe, misplaces his groceries, and forgets to pick up his daughter at school. He endures a colonoscopy and vainly attempts to lower his Body Mass Index — all with mixed results. He loves his long-suffering wife, worries about his aging parents and his three children, who seem to spend a lot of time battling online trolls, having crushes on vampires, and littering their rooms with enough junk to start a landfill.