Time to mow again


Mark Platfoot, of Sidney, walks his lawnmower back to his garage on Robinwood Street after mowing his lawn for the first time this year. Hanging from a bush in Platfoot’s yard are multi-colored Easter eggs. Platfoot saw the grass was getting a little long and he had some free time on Tuesday, April 12.

Mark Platfoot, of Sidney, walks his lawnmower back to his garage on Robinwood Street after mowing his lawn for the first time this year. Hanging from a bush in Platfoot’s yard are multi-colored Easter eggs. Platfoot saw the grass was getting a little long and he had some free time on Tuesday, April 12.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Mark Platfoot, of Sidney, walks his lawnmower back to his garage on Robinwood Street after mowing his lawn for the first time this year. Hanging from a bush in Platfoot’s yard are multi-colored Easter eggs. Platfoot saw the grass was getting a little long and he had some free time on Tuesday, April 12.

Mark Platfoot, of Sidney, walks his lawnmower back to his garage on Robinwood Street after mowing his lawn for the first time this year. Hanging from a bush in Platfoot’s yard are multi-colored Easter eggs. Platfoot saw the grass was getting a little long and he had some free time on Tuesday, April 12.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/04/web1_SDN041322EggMow-1.jpgMark Platfoot, of Sidney, walks his lawnmower back to his garage on Robinwood Street after mowing his lawn for the first time this year. Hanging from a bush in Platfoot’s yard are multi-colored Easter eggs. Platfoot saw the grass was getting a little long and he had some free time on Tuesday, April 12. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News