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Tools for spring
When we moved into this house 10 years ago, I was thrilled to have a large yards, but after a couple years of work, work, and then weeds weeds, I gave up on spring flowers. So my tools are
1. lawnmower (for my husband)
2. road grader (for my husband)
3. a second lawnmower and weed eater for lakelot
4. de winterize and restock camping trailor (thats my job
5. tools for spring cleaning

Julie Miller-Oconnor

1. Lawn mower - I know how to use if I have to
2. Gloves w/rubber coating so I don't get stuck
3. Mulch, mulch, mulch
4. Clipper thing (can't think of the name) to cut back small branches
5. Trowel, knee pad and old tennis shoes
6. Fresh potting soil for new herbs/plants.
7. 4 hanging baskets for back porch and a hanging bag for front door area.
8. Would like to have on of those attachments you put on your drill to get rid of weeds. If anyone knows what I'm talking about let me know the name of it.

Amy Paegel

Spring tools in Tucson include:
1. Dog-park shoes so our regular shoes don't get ruined
2. Garden clogs so I don't get ant bites
3. Sprinklers of every description
4. Baseball mitt, and practice gear like bases for the back yard
5. New 128-oz bottle of bubble goo
6. Windex
7. Fertilizer and gypsum and yard-waste bags
8. New deck box
9. Potting soil
10. Garden envy!

Amy Jo Maruschak

My tools of spring:

1. Gardening gloves and a watering hose for planting a vegatable garden.

2. Popsicles for the kids.

3. Shin guards for my kids who are playing soccer.

4. A good book for reading on the patio.

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