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Couple of pictures of what the news is calling “the strawberry moon”. All these years I had no idea every full moon apparently has a name.
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That's a really great picture @JSinMO! The second one, with the moon shine on the tractor hood is my favorite. :thumbsup:

Now I gotta ask what's the difference between harvest moon and strawberry moon?
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Growing up the only Moons that had names were the ones from the skinny dippers . :blush: :109:
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JSinMO wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 10:43 pm Couple of pictures of what the news is calling “the strawberry moon”. All these years I had no idea every full moon apparently has a name.
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I didn’t know that either. We were watching a game show on TV and it was a question about the names of full moons. Interesting that was true. :peace: Harry
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Eugen wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 10:48 pm That's a really great picture @JSinMO! The second one, with the moon shine on the tractor hood is my favorite. :thumbsup:

Now I gotta ask what's the difference between harvest moon and strawberry moon?
I would guess it’s the time of year of the full moon. I can remember back when I started driving my friends would drive around and moon people. :O :peace: Harry
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Eugen wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2024 10:48 pm That's a really great picture @JSinMO! The second one, with the moon shine on the tractor hood is my favorite. :thumbsup:

Now I gotta ask what's the difference between harvest moon and strawberry moon?
Like @Harry said it’s got to be the time of year. Either that or it’s just the whim of whoever names them! They all look the same to me!
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Well they are calling for rain tomorrow and I really need to get the grass cut. The problem is I’ve run out of daylight and my zero turn doesn’t have a provision for headlights.

My redneck answer is to mount my two led battery powered shop lights up front!
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Looks kinda funny but it worked great! :giggle:
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JSinMO wrote: Fri Jun 28, 2024 11:26 pm Well they are calling for rain tomorrow and I really need to get the grass cut. The problem is I’ve run out of daylight and my zero turn doesn’t have a provision for headlights.

My redneck answer is to mount my two led battery powered shop lights up front!
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Looks kinda funny but it worked great! :giggle:
What is the stuff on the grass? Necessity is the Mother of Invention. Great innovation . :clap: :cool: :peace: Harry
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Harry wrote: Sat Jun 29, 2024 1:09 am
JSinMO wrote: Fri Jun 28, 2024 11:26 pm Well they are calling for rain tomorrow and I really need to get the grass cut. The problem is I’ve run out of daylight and my zero turn doesn’t have a provision for headlights.

My redneck answer is to mount my two led battery powered shop lights up front!
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Looks kinda funny but it worked great! :giggle:
What is the stuff on the grass? Necessity is the Mother of Invention. Great innovation . :clap: :cool: :peace: Harry
Not sure what you saw Harry. There is a lot of dead grass in the picture from the heat. I haven’t mowed in awhile and some was thick and some was pretty dry and going dormant. Of course the rain we were supposed to get hasn’t happened yet!
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Must be the dead grass. We are getting down pours today on an off. My grass was just starting to brown a little, so now it should green up and of course mow. :peace: Harry
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