Alone and Abandoned

I spent decades on a private estate in Michigan doing this sort of work. Not on a tiny lawn mower pictured above, but the big sixty inch front-mounted mower decks and zero-turn radius kind of John Deere tractors. I mowed fifteen acres and trimmed it by myself and much more. It’s called hard work! Sadly, too many Americans don’t know what hard work is these days. People have the very wrong idea that as Americans, they should be handed everything on a gold platter.



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