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Merry Maid

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04-15-2018 17:10:35

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I was looking at the Derby Morgan tiller thread, and I happen to think of this one I have. It's a Garden Maid soil blender made in Lebanon, Missouri. I googled it, but couldn't find out much about it or when it was made. It a digging little rascal. I used to till small blotches in my yard last spring to re sow grass seed. Pretty handy and its the only one I've ever seen.


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04-19-2018 18:42:14

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 Re: Merry Maid in reply to daisyman, 04-15-2018 17:10:35  
Hey...look what I found.

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04-16-2018 10:50:06

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 Re: Merry Maid in reply to daisyman, 04-15-2018 17:10:35  
Yea, angel food!! Or maybe a pizza 10' across!!

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04-16-2018 08:58:12

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 Re: Merry Maid in reply to daisyman, 04-15-2018 17:10:35  
Looks like a super size electric hand mixer. Bake a super size cake with it.

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04-15-2018 17:16:43

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 Re: Merry Maid in reply to daisyman, 04-15-2018 17:10:35  
I forgot to add that's it's electric, and you can set it on end and dig holes with it, also. It's one mean motorscooter!! Not exactly OSHA approved! That's why it works so good.


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