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Old 02-10-2010, 08:05 PM
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Office looks good Austin. If you have growth plans like that, yoy better be dang ready. Aren't you plenty busy with 30 or 40. Are you planning on college? I really admire your ambition, But really be sure that you are ready. That is a hell of a workload for part time. I would like to hear your plans in more depth if you don't mind sharing them. Shoot me a PM when you get a chance. I gotta get a good marketing plan in place for the spring.
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Old 02-10-2010, 09:01 PM
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sure does look like gator colors......go Buckeyes! (next year maybe)
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Old 02-11-2010, 12:09 AM
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Good Lookin office... With those colors I bet you rarely fall asleep in there...haha
Haha all it takes is a long day and I can fall asleep sitting in my computer chair. This chair is really comfy lol
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I freaking hate trimming hedges..... i would much rather cut and trim a lawn than trim a hedge.
I have an HS45, and i don't know what your hedges look like there but i wouldn't make this my main trimmer if i had to do it again. I'd be getting the kombi system with the multi angle hedge trimmer attachment. the less time spent on a ladder the better, and there still short enough you can do sides or smaller shrubs
Yeah the Kombi System may not be too bad because then I could mount it in the trimmer rack for storage.
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The HS45 is a good hedge trimmer for small to medium sized shrubs. I have the kombi system with the articulating hedge trimmer and I have an extension for really big jobs. I hate ladders and try to stay off them as much as possible. If you do a lot of hedge trimming both units are nice to have but it cost alot of $

Austin, do you plan working your business after high school or are you thinking of college.
I plan to grow the business still, and go to college maybe night time or something for a business degree and some sort of horticulture degree maybe.
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Office looks good Austin. If you have growth plans like that, yoy better be dang ready. Aren't you plenty busy with 30 or 40. Are you planning on college? I really admire your ambition, But really be sure that you are ready. That is a hell of a workload for part time. I would like to hear your plans in more depth if you don't mind sharing them. Shoot me a PM when you get a chance. I gotta get a good marketing plan in place for the spring.
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Yeah its a hell of a story I'll PM you...
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sure does look like gator colors......go Buckeyes! (next year maybe)
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Old 02-11-2010, 12:25 AM
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Old 02-11-2010, 02:29 PM
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cant post pictures... you couldnt see cause mine would just be a pile of papers :P
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Old 02-11-2010, 02:56 PM
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electric blanket, nice. my computer desk is right by the heat vent so i just stretch my feet over tha direction!

my office is at our shop, and i share it with two other crew leaders. mydad is the one with the office all to himself the size of the one we share! i may get some pics this weekend when i am back there
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Old 02-11-2010, 11:57 PM
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Get the Kombi!!!!!! You must listen to my advice. There is no comparison.
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Ill get my office up whenever i get around to cleaning it, Do you run an 1 man show or doy you have helpers?
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Old 12-02-2010, 08:14 AM
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Austin your office looks really nice.i like it.
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