One in Adelphi, Maryland, one in Wildwood, Florida, one at the US National Arboretum with a grandfatherly interest in many more around the DC area (unless noted, pictures are taken the day of post)
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Amanda cuts back Japanese Anemones with the new reciprocating saw
It's like a string trimmer but instead of whipping with a nylon string, two blades that look like large gears chop fiercly with a reciprocal motion. It cuts fairly cleanly and we don't have to get down on our knees on frozen ground. I like that part. Amanda chopped, I raked, and we did what would have taken three people most of the day in three hours.We like anything that allows us to do more in less time.