Speaking of all the rainy weather in the North East, we had 6.7 inches
of rain in 2 days where I live.
So I rented**
the lawn roller that I had asked about here a year ago,
and rolled my little lawn. **
(only 8 dollars for a day)
Half full of water, it didn't accomplish anything.
But full full, it worked great.
It got rid of all the small bumps in the lawn and most of the medium
sized ones. (What I would call large arent' really bumps. They are
rises that span 4 feet or more, and it would take a much bigger weight
to get rid of them. But they have never bothered me.)
Ever since we discussed this, I've been waiting for a very wet day.
This was the day.
--The only problem is that the rain overwhelmed the sump pump, and
even though it was running constantly, the water flooded the laundry
room and the club room, maybe a quarter to a half inch deep.
I'm going to put a sill in between the two rooms, or maybe a 4 inch
high cement ring around the sump. Any suggestions? Hmmm, the ring
would be bad because it would keep floods from other sources from
going into the sump and being pumped out. ??
(Paul, it's a good thing I was home last weekend and not in NY. I
hear you got a lot of rain too. :) )
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