Your stories ain't beliveable. You don't own any wheelbarrow, you
don't do any gardening, you don't own a place to garden, your hands
have never touched dirt.... at most Janet has a Chia pet! LOL
I tried one of those two wheeled trams, wasn't configured well for
gardening and to push over unpaved ground is impossible, didn't work
for me... distances here are too great even for a regular wheelbarrow
with a full load... my veggie garden is 250' from my garden shed,
without a cart I'd spend all my time and energy lugging stuff to and
Normal folks with small properties even for heavy loads use smaller
weelbarrows if only for saftey, and sionce distances are small they
make a few extra trips... folks with larger properties use small carts
they can pull or tow with small tractors... over distances any
wheelbarrow is useless, especially over grades, even slight grades
(pushing a heavy wheelbarrow down even a slight grade it will get away
from you). I use my gardener sized wheelbarrow for light tasks, note
it in pic below. And for heavier/bulkier loads I use different sized
carts; light loads over short distances I can pull, heavier loads and
those over long distances I tow with a small tractor. The yellow cart
gets the most use (attaches to tractor too), great to load up with
long handled tools, bags of mulch, buckets of compost, all sorts of
small tools (pruners, loppers, saws, etc), even chain saw, with fuel,
oil, etc., and haul all at once to the work site without making extra
trips. My Agrifab dump cart is great for heavier loads. I even have
a cart for my trash cans... my mommy didn't raise a donkey.
For little people this is all the cart you need:
For the very occasional Powerful Katrinka sized job I use this
Powerful Katrinka can even plow snow... mush, Janet, mush! LOL
I have seen pics of 2 of Janet's gardens (the one she has now and a previous
one where she lived before) and they have both been glorious. I've also
seen pics of your garden and I'd rate Janet's gardening skills as superior
to yours. She's has good plant knowledge and she has a good designer's eye
for what looks good in a garden.
I've never had a problem with pneumatic tires... perhaps over winter
they lose some air but with small tires that can easily be remedied
with a few strokes with a bicycle pump. Don't yoose folks ever top
off the air in your automobile tires? I have a small electric
compressor too, $50 at Sears, very handy especially since nowadays gas
stations charge for air, and many don't even have compressed air.
Oh, I forgot to mention that I also have two tractors with pneumatic
tires, those would be a real pain to top off since the nearest service
station would require a ten mile round trip. I forgot to mention that
my monster Simplicity tiller has two pneumatic tires, good size agri
tread, wouldn't operate with smooth solid tires.. And I have two
automobiles (SUVs), each with 5 pneumatic tires. I also own an actual
bicycle that has it's own tire pump attached, that I also use for
pumping up two soccer balls for the grands. If I keep thinking I'll
probably remember more pneumatics. Living here would be a real pain
without at least a hand pump but I found a small compressor a
Just because you have never had problems doesn't mean that others have never
perhaps over winter
Which does not fix a puncture and it was the problem with punctures, usually
in the wall of the tyre, that caused my friend such grief with their barrow.
It was that problem of having to fix the thing all the time that made me
appreciate my ancient barrow with solid tyres.
Wheelbarrow tires don't get sidewall punctures... no way do I believe
your stories... you must be Janet's clone. Geeze, yoose brits must
have a lot of inbreeding, yoose all have that patent liar gene. You
don't do any gardening either... soon as you start talking your
neighbor I know you're a I-can-top-your-story barroom liar. Farm1
your ass, you've never been within a hundred miles from any farm,
maybe a tenement ghetto ant farm.
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