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Naida said some have been interested in this; so we thought we would post it.

Several of you have been interested in my cordless 13″ B&D string
trimmer and I want to let you know they are on sale at Menard’s this
coming week. They are offering several cordless options – one a 20 volt
the other a 40 volt. I would only recommend the 40 volt as it will have
more power and run longer. These come with a battery and charger. The
40 volt trimmer is $10 off the regular price of $99.99 making it
$89.99. There is also a 11% rebate which brings the price down to
$80.09. I find I get about 20 minutes of weed whacking before the
battery runs down. I did buy a 2nd battery for mine and if you decide
to purchase a trimmer I would check out the 40 volt battery prices on
Amazon and compare to Menard’s or look for a sale.

I will say that this cordless trimmer has been one of my best
purchases! I have had mine for about 4 years now and
it still runs great. Oh, I would also recommend buying a 3 pack of the
nylon strings so you have extra on hand.

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FOTO FRIDAY

A few weeks ago Gail sent me these spring shots. They may be late for now, but still very pretty.

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Foto Friday

Gail sent me photos of her Peonies

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Raker Tour

For further information on tour please check the member page or calendar

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Color Combo

My climbing rose and clematis are finally in full bloom. It appears my clematis might have a bit of something going on…leaf miner? or clematis wilt? Guess I’ll keep a watch out after giving it a shot of insecticidal soap. There doesn’t seem to be much wilt on the plant as yet. But if necessary the blooms will be picked and disposed of so next year hopefully it doesn’t return. Any other sugguestions?

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HACK HOUSE

If you would like to see history come alive you are invited to
Friend-Hack House Museum, 775 County Street, Milan, Michigan for their
annual Spring Open House, Saturday, May 6 from 10am to 3pm and Sunday,
May 7 from 1pm to 4pm. The Hack House is a 1886 historical home and
will be open for tours. It has been listed on the U.S. National
Register of Historic Places since 1991. Milan Garden Club will be
selling perennials and the Milan Historical Society will be selling
hanging baskets rain or shine. The “sock lady” will be there selling
beautiful wool socks knitted on a 100 year old loom. Hack House grounds
are planted and maintained by Milan Garden Club. We hope you will stop
by and say hello!

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