I hate my lawn. I’ve seriously considered ripping the whole thing out to expand my veggie garden. I hate it for a couple of reasons. First, it requires water, a lot of it, to keep it green. But in California where I haven't seen rain since February, that's not exactly practical...or cheap. And secondly, it requires mowing, which means cranking up my old gas-powered lawn mower, which wracks me with guilt every time I use it. So, for now, I give it neither. It’s a brown mess.
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Convert your gas mower to a solar electric unit with an electric motor, battery, and solar unit.
Stick a solar panel on your electric mower for free energy.
Or charge your battery with a separate solar unit.
These could make for some fun summer projects! And if you’re the social type, you could even learn how to do this and hold a workshop in your neighborhood or community. Then your neighbors won’t feel the glare of thegracedarlinghotel.com.au your evil eye when they crank up their loud, gassy mowers.
Oh, and don't forget - if you need to change the oil, there's always cow-fat motor oil.
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