Marty The Motivated Mower

Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!

Friends will be over today to help around the house. It is something that I could get used to. I am thankful for them and some I call family.

I have a few things in order and I hope to get outside and mow the lawn with Marty.

During the winter, I put the bag on and mow low and slow. This picks up the leaves and dead grass.

Who is Marty you ask? Why, he is my motivated mower of course. He is a little off beat, but gets the job done.

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To start off, I would like to say that I dislike the heat, bugs and just the outdoors in general. However I really enjoy camping. This is because the positive aspects of camping far outweighs my disdain for the outdoors. The first line of business when arriving on the campsite is to set everything up. […]


Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a community leader, urban farmer, and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. He might know a guy...

22 thoughts on “Marty The Motivated Mower

  1. elvira797mx says:

    I think work with Marty it’s so relaxing and good excersice. Thanks for share.
    Have a wonderful time!

    1. Benjamin says:

      Thanks, Elvira. I have a few free hours and I am trying to be productive.🤠🔥

    1. Benjamin says:

      Been there! I am just waiting for the snow. I left a rake and a wheelbarrow outside to help. Usually it does. I may leave a laptop outside soon. It has been way dry.

  2. Homemaking in the Dunes says:

    We have a similar issue with tumbleweeds, I have yet to see just one tumbling alone. My husband mows those up. One special treat I encountered is goat heads. Those things hurt bare feet. The only way we get rid of them is to dig those up.

    1. Benjamin says:

      Those are rough. I have dug sizable scoops of earth out of the ground and threw it away in war with these.

        1. Benjamin says:

          Ha ha! I fell on a cactus while Winter camping once. That was a Colorado experience!


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