Well, if hiding my recent hobby of playing-with-fire was sneaky, then hiding the addition of two new members to our household would probably be construed as extra sneaky.

But please believe me – it’s not my fault!

You see, the last couple of months have been the breeding ground for an interesting experiment. One in the study of….sheep. Please let me explain.

Considering we managed to furnish our entire house (which is no small order and includes everything except the clothes and toiletries we owned prior to moving in) for under $250, I think you can say we live a pretty frugal life. (Why would we spend a fortune on stuff? We’ll only move on anyway….)

So when it comes to maintaining the property and keeping the grass low, we are challenged. After both of us spending an entire weekend (plus a can of petrol and other incidentals) using borrowed gear to cut our expansive lawns, we decided there had to be a better way.


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