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Old 01-17-2014, 12:30 AM
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A few more pictures...

Here are a few more...

1st pic: An Ad we ran this year. Thanks to my wife.
2nd pic: A random picture of one of the path lights in the 5th pic.
3rd & 4th pic: Rain lillys. never really used this plant before but they were in a customers landscape that we did a cleanup and mulch job on. We will be picking up their lawn maintenance in the spring. Including mowing, beds, weed & feed and pest control.
5th & 6th pic: An install we did last year with this years summer annuals.
7th pic: Trees for a job we just finished. (More pictures of this job soon to come.)
8th pic: Early pictures of a church project we will be doing in the next few months. This only shows the retaining wall adjacent to the existing building for the addition that is going in right now. Will try and get a picture or two of the building now that it is taking shape. I wish I would of gotten a picture of the steel that was put into the footer for this wall. Seriously impressive.
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Old 01-17-2014, 12:35 AM
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One room Cabin...

Here's one more picture of the cabin that we did the install on. Irrigation, lighting and landscape. We installed this one last fall.
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Old 01-17-2014, 12:52 AM
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A few more photos...

Just post them all up a year at a time...

pics 1-3: Working on a commercial job we just finished. Had some cold temperatures while on this job. More photos to come.
pic 4: We did some christmas lighting this year. Went pretty good for us. Probably going to advertise and try and do more with it next year.
pic 5 & 6: Re-grading job we did on a home. Couldn't take it all the way up to the bottom of the stone because of some gas lines entering the home.
pic 7 & 8: Well... We've all seen it. After telling the shift manager of the restaurant that we could fix this problem for them with a rain/freeze sensor. They said "Thanks, but no thanks, they just make sure the last person out turns it off when its freezing..." (How's that working???)
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Old 01-17-2014, 01:03 AM
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The new SK750

Here are a few pics of the new mini skid... Really like it so far. We purchased the roto-witch boring unit, trencher, bucket, pallet forks and mulch bucket. Pictures of the mulch bucket when we get it in either tomorrow or early next week. And we've all seen pallet forks.
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Old 01-17-2014, 01:13 AM
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Best thing to happen in 2013

Here's the best thing to happen to us in 2013... Born October 17, 2013 9lbs 6oz. Healthy baby and healthy mama. We were thrown for a loop a month later when we were sent to Dallas for him to have emergency surgery on his pyloric valve of his stomach. He was throwing up whole bottles and doing it numerous times every night and day. A 45 minute surgery and less than 24 hours in the hospital and he's all smiles again. Eating like a champ.
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Old 01-17-2014, 03:20 PM
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Congrats man! Glad all are doing well after the stomach issues!

And that serves those cheap morons right! I hope the freeze ruined a bunch of heads! A couple hundred dollars now vs a thousand dollars or more!
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Old 01-18-2014, 07:09 PM
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Congrats man! Glad all are doing well after the stomach issues!

And that serves those cheap morons right! I hope the freeze ruined a bunch of heads! A couple hundred dollars now vs a thousand dollars or more!
Thanks, we're pretty proud!
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Old 01-23-2014, 11:57 PM
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One of the next jobs...

Here's one of our upcoming jobs... 30 days out. Will be meeting with concrete guy in next few weeks to get sleeves in ahead of time and then final grade and time to rock and roll.

Here are two pictures of home a month ago.
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Old 01-24-2014, 12:14 AM
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I LOVE those jobs of basically having a brand new clean slate to install an entire landscape & lawn!
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Old 01-28-2014, 12:35 AM
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I LOVE those jobs of basically having a brand new clean slate to install an entire landscape & lawn!
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Yes, new jobs certainly make my heart happy... Renos make for some awesome before and after pictures, and can be great when nothing goes wrong. But dang, you just never know what you'll find while your digging up the old.
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