Postcards from Ireland – Cutting the grass at Nowth, Ireland

Have you ever wondered how they cut the grass at the Nowth burial mounds in County Meath, Ireland? Well, now I know and I am amused to no end.

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Let’s just tie a rope to the mower and have at it!

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14 thoughts on “Postcards from Ireland – Cutting the grass at Nowth, Ireland

  1. That looks like a hovercraft mower. I had one for my ‘garden’ (backyard) when I lived and worked in England for awhile. No wheels. They float on air. Mine was electric but I guess gas power could be strong enough to make it float. I would swing mine back and forth to mow.

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