CobraHead Cleans Up at Rotary Gardens!

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“Hi Noel, Hope all is well. I saw you up in Eau Claire a couple weeks ago but didn’t get a chance to say ‘hi’. See enclosed photo (use it if you like) of our volunteer with a CobraHead. We used them to clear out old sand between our bluestone patios so we could replace with fresh stuff. Worked great! Take care! Sincerely, Mark Dwyer”

We got the above photo and message this morning from Mark Dwyer, the Director of Horticulture at Rotary Gardens in nearby Janesville, Wisconsin. Mark is a CobraHead fan, for which we are very grateful.

If you are not familiar with Rotary Gardens, it is an excellent example of turning a wasteland into something beautiful. The gardens operate on a very small budget and use lots of volunteers. They offer visitors a beautiful and tranquil experience.

One of the ways Rotary Gardens raises money is to rent out the grounds and main hall for weddings and other functions. It was for a wedding, that of my daughter’s best friend Kelly, that I first saw Rotary Gardens.

It’s definitely worth a visit.

If anyone out there has unique or interesting uses for the CobraHead, we’d love to hear from you.

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