Weedeater Hedge Trimmer
- 26cc 2 cycle gas full crank shaft power head
- 4-1 Combo - includes trimmer attachment, brush cutter blade, hedge trimmer attachment and rotatable pole saw attachment.
Good Samaritan gets lawn equipment stolenMarch 7, 2018 - KRIS Corpus Christi News
According to Flores, a thief left the lawn mower, but stole expensive equipment, leaving him without a way to earn money to help the running charity. “[They stole] a weed-eater, a power-edger, my hedge-trimmer and then my back-pack-blower,” Flores said...
How to achieve a tidy gardenFebruary 20, 2018 - Best in Australia
and size of your leaf blower should match your needs. Here's a guide to help you narrow down your search quickly. Weed eater: This is another essential tool to have in your garden as it allows you to properly trim edges and difficult areas where...
Weedeater hedge trimmer review after first use.
This is a review of my weedeater hedge trimmer after first use.
Fixing the Weed Eater Hedge Trimmer's Fuel Lines
Replacing the fuel lines on my hedge trimmers....that decided to fail while I was using them !!!! I had already run out of trimmer line on my weed whacker, and was trying to get something...
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Notes from Beyond the FringeiUniverse. 2009
No one ever accused Greg Stott of not having a sense of humor. His retelling of experiences often left his readers begging for more and now there is an entire book dedicated to the events that comprise life (as he knows it). Notes from Beyond the Fringe is a unique and entertaining collection of stories based on one man's view of the world around him. With a distinct and engaging voice, Stott relates his life through vignettes that, while seemingly ordinary in nature, either wind up impacting him or are subsequently addressed by him in a manner that is anything but ordinary. His subjects encompass a wide variety of topics familiar to just about everybody but are liberally skewed in the retelling by influences that began with growing up in a pre-tofu California in the 1950's, were...
Mark and the Mystic MarbleTrafford Publishing. 2010
A marble is just a marble--unless it's a magic marble. And a troubled teen is just a troubled teen, unless that teen is Mark. After watching his mother die in a terrible car accident, Mark gives up on life. He loses interest in school, family, and friends, and unexpectedly, he heads off in search of meaning--and an escape from the pain he feels over the loss of his loving mom--with only her favorite marble to protect him. His trip takes him as far away as Florida to San Francisco, California; all the while, his frantic father, Willis, still mourning the death of his wife, is on the search for his lost son. Willis fears the worst; he has come to expect as much. Just like his son, he finds himself in a state of disrepair over losing the love of his life. All the while, the marble glows,...