We’ve probably had the simple “graderbox” for the tractor for more than a dozen years – Jeff used to help out one of his friends by leveling his driveway every spring, moving gravel into potholes. But at the Long Shot Farm, Jeff started to get rather creative in using the grader, smoothing out old construction sites, covering tree stumps, spreading gravel in driveways and leveling tractor ruts after the spring thaw.
But today, he completely annihilated a steep bank along our pond. The bank that could not be mowed, not even with the weed whip. Not sure how he did this without rolling the tractor into the water – and I wished we had taken a “before” picture. All we have is the “after” picture. A huge improvement not just for looks, or access to the water and fishing, but for “mow-ability”!