Damp cut grass clogs the catcher shoot. Because the grass was very damp, I mowed without the catcher today. It only took 3 hours vs. 5 hours. It was the right choice.
When not using the shoot, three paths work best. Two will cause the gas to pile up. Three provides a nice pattern of down, up, down, then across and up, down, up. By alternating like this, the clippings are spread more evenly across the lawn.
That’s Mowing 101.
One Light Down
I sold one of the studio lights. That’s one light down. I have 4 to go.
If you know someone who wants studio monolights, I have 4 for sale. Two Alien Bees and two Excalibur monolights are waiting for a new home. Because I have gone to LED indoors, and speedlights outdoors, I no longer have a use for these.
Other studio stuff includes backdrops (ones I never use), a few camera bodies and a couple of lenses. This is a great deal and well maintained equipment.
We’re getting close to a full house. We have one tenant moving out, with another one moving in. That’s comforting to know. Vacancies aren’t fun.
I get an alert that someone wrote a review. What is interesting is they’ve never stayed here. I like how Amazon does their reviews. If you did not buy it from Amazon, then you cannot leave a review. I wish other companies had a way of verifying reviews.
Then there is the other side of the coin. There are companies who hold your good reviews hostage and only release them when you subscribe to their website. It’s a crazy world.