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If I’m the one who’s buying all of these yard power tools, I should be able to get in on the action, right? So, I did.

Our hedges are growing amazingly fast, but it seems that we need to be careful with how far back we cut each time. Otherwise, we’ll get bare spots. To clean them up this time, I only hacked away at the brighter green areas (new growth).

Much better for a few minutes of work, and my arms got a workout, too! Win-win.

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  1. Oh, electric hedge trimmer how I miss you as you lay languishing in the very, very back of our storage pod…