Here you see the house after the two corner supports against the lawn have been removed / moved.
Here you can see that the end wall has been removed so that the charging contact of the charging station shows. Then there is no chance that Robomow will get stuck in the house itself.
Robomow's house has now stood for 1 season. And as many times before, it turns out that you have to adjust a little on things before they work optimally. Seemed like everything worked the first few months after the house was put in place. Updating house to Robomow →
As I said, I bought a Robomow TS 1000 to take care of some of the most boring things I know, namely mowing the lawn. After a number of running-in problems, it has now found itself quite comfortable on the site. Thought then that it was time to build a house for Robomow. House for Robomow robotic lawnmower. →
Robomow TS1000 is parked for the evening in its charging station.
A Robomow TS1000 robotic lawnmower is on trial in the garden. That is, I was a little in doubt whether it would cope with our plot which is a bit hilly and steep in some places. Robomow TS1000 robotic lawnmower. →
The small river "helps" to decorate the Christmas tree. Sunglasses were a must along with the Santa hat.
This year's Christmas tree is like the year before a solid tree about 3.5 m high. A bit of the disadvantage of having an open solution is that greater demands are quickly made on how big a tree one should have 😉. (Not my demands then.) Merry Christmas! →
The lawn is sown in and begins to germinate after a few days of hot and humid weather. Small sprouts about 1-2cm long that stand a little spotted across the ground. The soil is first leveled and cleared of stones and weeds. The lawn is sown. →
Has had a tough turn with various external chores now the last month. Therefore, there has been little time for updates here on the blog as well. Has also not prioritized doing anything in the home cinema since the weather has been even… Read more →