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TauntonBlizzard2013

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  • Birthday 03/02/1994

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    Taunton, MA

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  1. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    I don’t really care for mulch either. I just spread several yards of p stone under the deck and along the back of the house to help with drainage and to form a base for an eventual patio. Expensive, but looks great. Considering using stone as an alternative to mulch once I get the grass down and start doing some planting’s. Mulch loses its appeal quick... and needs to be done every single year.
  2. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    I’m throwing down like 4-6” of loam and am going to seed the shit out of it and see what happens.
  3. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    So the guy across the street used some sort of fertilizer today, so I’m going to talk to him to see what he uses and how deep his well is (guessing they are all similar).
  4. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    Ha thanks man. Been kind of a crazy year... but sometimes things just work out I guess.
  5. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    Can lawn fertilizer be used as normal with a well? Or is there something special I should buy?
  6. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Heavy heavy lawn thread 2019

    Just bought a house as many of you know. Yard is an absolute disaster. It’s a new build, and the sellers wanted nothing to do with landscape. Will do before and after pictures. Phase 1 this weekend is putting stone down behind the house and under the deck
  7. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    About 70 here
  8. TauntonBlizzard2013

    Spring 2019 New England Banter and Disco

    Officially bought my first house today. Absolutely crazy feeling
  9. TauntonBlizzard2013

    2018/19 Winter Banter and General Discussion - We winter of YORE

    Peepers making a bit of noise here
  10. TauntonBlizzard2013

    March Disco

    I mean if you’re using a common grading scale... a C grade is average. So average snowfall, C grade in my opinion, then you factor in whatever else you want. I didn’t hit average here, so I can’t justify giving this winter a C and when you factor in the majority of the snow fell in the fringe months, it takes it even lower. And the rain, bitter cold, rinse repeat cycle brings it down some more. Essentially, didn’t reach average and met winter blew, a D grade is quite generous in this area
  11. TauntonBlizzard2013

    March 22-23 Storm Thread: Cabins and Pony-Os?

    Meh here.... coating on cars and grass. Pretty impressive in Tolland though.
  12. TauntonBlizzard2013

    2018/19 Winter Banter and General Discussion - We winter of YORE

    Anyone here have recommendations for a well water filter? The house we are buying is well water and I’ve never lived anywhere with well water in my life. Currently no filtration system in the house. Looking for something decently cheap, as I simply don’t have the money to spend on a high end system. Under 1k?
  13. TauntonBlizzard2013

    March Disco

    Thanks guys. As Bob said, still in Taunton, but barely. Not sure if anyone is familiar with 138 are... but If you Head towards Stoughton off exit 10 on 495, take a left almost immediately after getting off the highway and it’s down those back roads. taunton taxes... raynham mailing address sewer and everything else. Literally on the town lines.
  14. TauntonBlizzard2013

    March Disco

    My fiancé and I are scheduled to close on our house next week... keep any and all storms away around that time. Another headache we don’t need
  15. TauntonBlizzard2013

    March Disco

    Like 2 out of 100 scenarios are snow here. We move on. Maybe someone way north cashes in.
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