A Bermudian man has mowed his way through all 50 US states, cutting lawns for veterans, single mothers, the elderly and disabled people.
Rodney Smith Jr, who lives in Huntsville, Alabama, set off across the country in May and ended his epic journey on 17 July.
His group, Raising Men Lawn Care Service, aims to encourage children to take part in community service.
This is the second year Mr Smith has done the challenge.
On his website, Mr Smith pledged to mow "2-3 lawns per state" ahead of his journey, anywhere within a 30-mile radius of a major city in the state.
A section on the site allowed people to "submit a lawn" for Mr Smith to mow.
Starting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mr Smith drove through all 48 contiguous states in the US mowing lawns.
He then flew to Alaska and finally on to Hawaii, where he completed his mission.
Posting about his travels on Twitter and Facebook, he said he was "making a difference one lawn at a time".
For my first lawn in Hawaii I had the pleasure of mowing Mrs.Myers lawn for her and her daughter . Her husband is currently serving , please tell him we thank him for his service ! Making a difference one lawn a time ! pic.twitter.com/XjrkBxuu3y— Rodney Smith Jr (@iamrodneysmith) July 17, 2018
Just had the pleasure of mowing a lawn for Mr. Davis in Minneapolis, MN. He is a Korean war veteran . In 3 months he will be 90 years young . Sir, we thank you for your service ! Making a difference one lawn at a time . pic.twitter.com/DzWtY3gvrk— Rodney Smith Jr (@iamrodneysmith) July 12, 2018
For my first lawn in New Mexico today, I had the pleasure of mowing Ms.Martinez’s lawn for her on this hot sunny day here in Albuquerque . It was great meeting her ! Making a difference one lawn at a time .After pics included pic.twitter.com/srN1zCTLEz— Rodney Smith Jr (@iamrodneysmith) June 21, 2018
On top of his personal mission, Mr Smith also leads the 50 Yard Challenge - a call for children across the country to mow 50 lawns in their area.
Participants get a free mower once they complete the challenge, the Raising Men Lawn Care Service website says.
But after travelling across the US for the second year in a row, Mr Smith is now seeking a new challenge.
"My goal for 2019 has been set," he wrote online. "7 Continents 7 Lawns."
What’s next ? There's a famous quote that says,"Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there's a footprint on the moon." With that being said, my goal for 2019 has been set, 7 Continents 7 Lawns. My goal is to inspire kids around the world to make a difference 1 lawn at a time. pic.twitter.com/wAMdIy3OTD— Rodney Smith Jr (@iamrodneysmith) July 17, 2018