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Old 04-19-2008, 11:47 PM
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Looks good..

I'm not a big fan of the dyed mulch, but at least the stuff you used isn't that BRIGHT red...

I have a lot of family up there right by you, in Chelmsford and Dracut..

I love it up there.

Have a good season!
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Old 04-19-2008, 11:49 PM
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is that your mulch blower? how do you like it? im thinking about getting a used one.
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Very nice work! Wish I could do jobs like that!
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Old 04-20-2008, 12:12 AM
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Looks good..


I'm not a big fan of the dyed mulch, but at least the stuff you used isn't that BRIGHT red...

I have a lot of family up there right by you, in Chelmsford and Dracut..

I love it up there.

Have a good season!
This is not dyed mulch. All natural hemlock.

Yes i do alot of work in Dracut. Thanks for the compliments.
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is that your mulch blower? how do you like it? im thinking about getting a used one.
No its the other landscaper's which is a buddy of mine. Just purchased it this year. $50K!

Some guys run rocks and junk through them so just be carefull about what you buy that its not wornout and abused.
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Just gotta work your way up. I'm still learning and am only 18 so i got a long ways to got before i can consider myself being a seasoned professional.










HOPE THIS EDGING IS PROPERLY DONE

Used a Little Wonder power edger then cleaned it out with a spade edger.
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I like your work and all, but why are you subing out for a mulch blower thats only a 13 yard job?
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Old 04-20-2008, 01:09 AM
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We had 4 RedMax Backpacks runnin at full throttle

I'm the guy taken the pics so you can't see me with the 4th blower
8001, 8001, 8000, 7001.
Hey I'm 15 and have been doing a lot of leaf clean-ups and I know this may sound stupid but I was wondering how you get the beds so clear, I always have trouble getting all the leaves out of bushes and things. Usually I have to take a rake and get them out. (FYI I have a BR 550) Are there any tricks or tips for this?

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Old 04-20-2008, 02:22 AM
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I like your work and all, but why are you subing out for a mulch blower thats only a 13 yard job?
Thats kinda what I was wondering. But anyways it looks good.
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