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Old 04-27-2013, 08:07 AM
EquityGreen EquityGreen is offline
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April Snow

Well at this point last year we had all of Round 1 done and all of our spring power raking, trimming, and alot of seeding done. This season we've had 5 days of production so far. Losing a month to this 15" of snow we had in April has put a kink in my schedule. Any ideas or thoughts on the best way to go forward other than working 60+ hours a week including all Saturdays? We will be power raking Sunday since everyone wants their lawn done yesterday. I dropped some more mail yesterday as well (23k post cards) my phone has been crazy! Just wanted to see how others have been dealing with this weather. Good thing is were are almost officially out of the drought! Thank go, we may be able to mow lawns weekly this season! Woohoo!
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Old 04-27-2013, 08:44 AM
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Well at this point last year we had all of Round 1 done and all of our spring power raking, trimming, and alot of seeding done. This season we've had 5 days of production so far. Losing a month to this 15" of snow we had in April has put a kink in my schedule. Any ideas or thoughts on the best way to go forward other than working 60+ hours a week including all Saturdays? We will be power raking Sunday since everyone wants their lawn done yesterday. I dropped some more mail yesterday as well (23k post cards) my phone has been crazy! Just wanted to see how others have been dealing with this weather. Good thing is were are almost officially out of the drought! Thank go, we may be able to mow lawns weekly this season! Woohoo!
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I hear ya!

We are about 20 days behind as of now!

Just wake up, smile and work sun up to sun down.

That is all I know to do.
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