The North Lawn

I worked here for twenty years or so, mowing the lawns and other things. It was a great place to work and a great way to stay in shape! All together, there was about fifteen acres of grass to be mowed and trimmed. Not a job for the lazy among us. the day after I snapped these photos, it snowed an inch or two.

A note on those lines on the lawn – this is a great example of why you should never cut the same pattern in a lawn time after time. Doing so can create ruts in the ground and it obviously doesn’t look good either. The company that cuts the lawns these days will be fired next year if they continue to cut the lawn like this.

Categories:Family, Home, Michigan, Nikon, Photography

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2 replies

  1. I can see those lines, they just go back and forth, up and down, the same and same again lol.

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