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Old 07-31-2014, 09:07 AM
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I don't want this thread to get moved but does anyone offer residential snow blowing? I am just talking about a handful of drives not commercial stuff ...
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Old 07-31-2014, 10:54 AM
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We do residential. Our route is like 90% residential actually.
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Old 07-31-2014, 06:01 PM
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I wish we had snow to plow down here. Then again, I don't wish that upon us neither! I got plenty of customers asking me when it slows down if I can do some side work (tree's and landscaping) for them. I have four tree jobs lined up for winter and haven't even started advertising it. I would love to try buying and selling things. It would be nice to ride around and pick things up, come back, clean them up and put them up for sale without any hard labor involved so I can make money and relax at the same time. I got this idea from Craigslist Ryan or whatever his name is that makes a living on CL. I put plenty of money aside from this season already, but it looks like it's going to go fast between my projects I'm going to have going on.
I watch Craigslist all the time for deals on lawn equipment that doesn't run that could be easily fixed up. I do that year round but this winter I may try to do that more during our "cooler" temperatures because the grass doesn't grow as fast late in the year.

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Old 07-31-2014, 08:04 PM
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Go on for 3 hours then go to Dunkins for a large...

3 more hours and then another large.... maybe a chocolate frosted to help wash it down...

I end up scouring the archives for every last drip and drop of information and insight that I can.

Speaking of drip and drop.... keep those coffee's coming...
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