At the end of any cutting, you’ll be able to look back and say,
“The mower’s done a good job.”
And feel good knowing that the mower was you.
This is just one of the benefits of learning to scythe given by Dafydd Cheung, who came on a scythe course with us in 2016.
We couldn’t agree more. One of the less obvious benefits of scything is the satisfaction of a job well done.The full quote, with more reasons to get mowing, is to the right.
If you want to join us on a course there are a couple of places left on our first Introductory Scythe Course on 27th May. We also have more dates available during the summer.
If you want to learn the art of scything, want to reduce your reliance on fossil fuels or wish to get away from fumes or you don’t want to be tethered to a powerpoint. If you want or need to be able to cut, even when the grass is damp and or has grown especially high. Then learn to scythe with Scythe Cymru, in a friendly atmosphere with an expert tutor.
At the end of any cutting, you’ll be able to look back and say, “The mower’s done a good job.” And feel good knowing that the mower was you. And that you haven’t belched noxious fumes through your cutting or aren’t going to have a higher electricity bill.
Learn to scythe and continue to look back and forward with a smile.