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Just posing....


With face shield....


In full gear with chaps. (I've had rocks strategically ricochet right to the groin.)
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nice weedwacker but it looks like your working to hard. I would tackle that with a wheeled trimmer or gas and flame.
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Something along these lines would no doubt be a big plus for you...

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I have used both myself and prefer the trimmer with bicycle handles and harness like you have. now if you went with the standard trimmer vs that I would say go with the wheeled one.
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anybody ever tell you you resemble Bubbles from the trailer park boys ?
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Tom, great pictures!

You know, any of those photos of you could be turned into a great logo. If you outlined your silhouette and filled it in, in a graphics program. Then you could make some great shirts that included your silhouette image in the center with Wee Terminator Tom wrapped around it.

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Thanks for the feedback guys!

Jymie, wandfsmall, and Sect, I think a wheeled trimmer would be a good addition to my arsenal, and will look into one when my cash flow is strengthened a bit. It would be good for flat properties, I think, while the line trimmer is good for steep hillsides and harder-to-reach areas. I'll encounter lots of those.

Bruces, I googled Bubbles from Trailer Park Boys, and now I remember seeing an episode, cracking up at that guy, smelling kitty bellies. I can see the resemblance because of the goggles. Nice! LOL

Steve, Great idea, and thanks! I have some creative software like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Master Collection CS5.5. I went to school for that abou tten years ago, and the school closed abrubtly, so I never used it much. I've got some business cards and a simple website up now. They might be a bit primitive, but I think it's enough to get started.

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bubbles is a cool guy ,he also has been known to take care of a lot of weed !
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With a bit of looking you can get a wheeled trimmer for $150. The best part about them is the .155 line. I see sickle mowers real cheap too. If you do a lot of brush jobs its worth it for less then a nice trimmer.

I have a redneck idea of taking a beat up mower and putting cable line in place of the blade. I dont know how great it will work. All I would have to do is cut out the front part of the deck.
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