[Hidden-tech] electric mowers (solar option?)

Ben Liyanage ben at smartankgroup.com
Tue Jul 26 12:09:15 EDT 2005

You can always get a scythe for when the grass gets too tall.  I'm not sure
how practical this would be, but I'm sure you would look damn cool reaping
in the front or back yard.

Ben Liyanage
ben at smartankgroup.com

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Any of you environmentally conscious homeowners have recommendations on
electric lawnmowers, or solar powered mowers?
I thought I heard something about a local company making these.
I've been using a Brill push reel, but if you leave town and let the grass
get too high, it literally won't cut it. At the same time, I'd prefer to
avoid the traditional gas-powered option.
The yard isn't too big, but there's a hill and some obstacles.

Peter Irvine
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