It's 160 acres of mostly untouched wilderness, an hour from the nearest town.
In my area, you can get a large plot for the price of a new truck.
Our house is on 7 cleared acres and I use the rest for wood heat, although barely making a dent to take 5 cords per year.
The YardMule DIY Electric Tractor hauls 30 loads of dirt away from an excavation site. Since I had to cross a septic field and didn't want to mark up my lawn, the Mule was perfect for the job.
Even after working for 4 hours up and down the massive hill to the dump site, the batteries were still...
On another note, since I have mostly British bookmarks in my youtube playlist and on the TV (just better quality mostly), I often wondered something.
Randomly the brits seem to swap words that end in "A" such as Canada with an "ER", so it sounds like Canader.
I have been trying to figure out...
It would work in theory but be 100% useless.
The mechanical advantage working against the tiny sprocket would shred it to bits.
A perfect title for this patent would be "A Device to Stretch or Snap Small Chains".
I remember when that video was "fresh"... probably have a copy of it in my archives!
Most of that equipment in the box is also on a shelf behind me.
Well, I don't actually have a beeb, but many others of the era.
If you imagine the rear segment "hanging" from the front, then it makes some sense.
Unloaded, you would probably need to put some leg muscle into keeping it stable at low speeds.
With a passenger in the rear, it would self balance.
That's my guess!