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Old 11-23-2013, 11:46 PM
BestImpressions99 BestImpressions99 is offline
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Start and one end and walk fast. HAHA. JK. Actually pick the farthest point away from the truck, learn the lawn as you start fresh, from the first time you do it. Learn and experiment the first few times and you should have a hang of the fastest and most efficient pattern. Each lawn is different. Over the past 16 years I developed more of a "walk" than a pattern. I obviously start at one particular point and as I go I get the bulk of the material out of the way first and as I go back to get the next bulk of material I do a quick little "sploosh" behind me to get anything that might remain. It's worked for us.
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