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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Spotlight on High Tech in Tallassee

Last week a new store opened in Tallassee. They sell lawn mowers and stuff.
While looking at their web site, I discoverd something straight out of the Jetsons.
Now don't get me wrong, I do like all the great power tools that the store stocks, but the idea of siting in my pagoda, grilling a burger and WATCHING a robot mow my yard has been a dream since I was a kid moweing my dad's 20 acres.

Once I saw the auto mower, it took me 30 seconds to call the store.
[ Their number is (334) 283-8000 ]
I ended up talking to the owner, Hubert Boatwright. It turns out they don't have one in stock, but they are a full line dealer. Hubert can get one in a few days.

Another consideration, you have to install sort of an electronic dog fence. It's a wire that runs around the yard to keep the robot from running away and joining packs of wild robots. So it is probably a real good ideal to buy one from a dealer like Tallassee Power & Equipment. Their expert staff can help set it up and get it going.

First, I have to decide on a color. Husqvarna just introduced several choices of colors. Take a look at this:
Now are those High Tech or Not?
Look Ma no handle bars!

Next I have to decide which model I want. The low end model requires the human being to plug in the charger at the end of the day.
The next one up finds the charging station and connects itself whenever it needs more juice.
There are two more advanced models with the top of the line model using solar panels to charge up the batteries.

While these mowers cost more than any push mowers, they are less than most riding mowers. I'll have to start saving my loose change and hope my old clunker last a couple more months.

Even if you are not into a robot to mow your yard, Tallassee Power & Equipment has tons of other high tech tools, mowers, garden tractors and other goodies. Be sure to stop by and tell them Bob sent you.

Tallassee Times TV

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Martha Roby Interview

Be informed. Click on the video below to watch.

Key platform points:
  •  "A better way to achieve more affordable, portable and accessible health care is to empower people, not government." 
  • "Congress continues to prove that it does not have the discipline to resist opening the federal wallet, and, as a result, our nation is plagued by a nearly $2 trillion deficit." 
  • "Most Americans believe Washington is confiscating too much of their hard earned money."

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