Lawn and Yard

  • In today's tumultuous world, going out and celebrating something isn't always an option. Extra work, family obligations, and staying home due to the pandemic can affect how you throw a party. It may be more challenging to go out these days, but that doesn't mean you can't have a great time celebrating at home. Hopefully, by the time most of us are ready to start shooting off some fireworks, most of us will have received the vaccination and it will be safe again to have gatherings with family and friends again.

  • Bill here with ManTripping, I am just an average joe with an amazing new vertical smoker that has changed my BBQing for good not evil!  Prior to receiving the Pit Boss Copperhead 5 Vertical Pellet Smoker I used your standard propane 6 burner grill that had been fine for years.  It cooked well, allowed me to spend hours outdoors trying to find ways to find the taste of the local BBQ joints that smoke their meats.  Hours were spent using various techniques that just didn’t meet my needs.

  • Cultivating a great looking lawn is the source of pride for many men. It's a form of healthy competition among neighbors where some will win the admiration of wives, friends, and guests, while others will simply need to pay an expert instead.

  • It's that time of year again! Winter is over and now it's time to get back to work taking care of your yard. It seems like an endless task and while some may be able to hire someone else do it... chances are that, just like us here... you aren't one of them. However, as masters of procrastination and workflow optimization, we're ready to help you make short work of that monster lawn and still be able to relax on the patio with a cold drink and a sense of satisfaction.

  • Rattlesnakes! If you live in the western part of the United States, chances are you've had to watch out for them in your backyard and thought about how to protect your family. One of the most important things you can do to protect your home and family is to rattlesnake proof your yard. It's a task that requires planning, hard work, and constant diligence. With a little help though, it's something that you can get done on a spring afternoon and you'll look like a badass on Monday morning around the water cooler when you tell your friends how you spent the weekend.

  • I hate shoveling snow - that's one of the reasons I moved to San Diego a couple years ago. The winters simply suck up north with winter storms and having to stock up with supplies like milk, bread, ice melter etc. Despite my current location, I do remember creating unique ways to make the dreaded task of shoveling snow just a little bit more enjoyable.

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