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Old 04-03-2011, 09:38 PM
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What's he gonna do, turn mud into more mud?
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Old 04-03-2011, 10:42 PM
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HAHA really like that stander
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Old 04-03-2011, 10:47 PM
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Spring leaf cleanup it was wet lady really doesnt have much of a yard to begin with its all shade
Leaves being on that yard all winter didn't help it out much either.
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Old 04-04-2011, 09:20 PM
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Looks good,that kinda looks like a fun spring cleanup lol,going through the mud and stuff hahha it needs a wash now lol.
not really fun no, went straight to the car wash before going back to the shop.
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Maybe you should have waited a bit before bringing the stander on that property. Looks like you did more damage than good
I am behind and it has been cold and wet, she wanted it done and has 3 more jobs lined up over the next month and a half. she knew it would be like that
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What's he gonna do, turn mud into more mud?
haha ya, Fall would have been alot better and I am not going to keep rescheduling until it dries out for a week, I got other work that needs done
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HAHA really like that stander
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Leaves being on that yard all winter didn't help it out much either.
ya that was a big reason plus its not the best grass and all shade she had a few problems last year and couldn't get there leaves done in the fall
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Old 04-04-2011, 11:08 PM
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Hauling/delivering a bit of #57 gravel today, took some to this place last year and man it don't get any tighter than this!
There is another set of steps, like the ones seen in the first picture, closer to the street and the last one is raised. Thats why I have to stay so far left
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god bless u for getting the truck and trailer back there without hitting the house! i could have never done that!
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Old 04-05-2011, 07:35 AM
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Old 04-05-2011, 08:21 AM
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Boy you aint kidding about being tight!! That sucks. !
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If you dont mid me asking, Would you rather have a skid steer or the tractor? Looks like a skid would fit your operation better but you have a tractor.
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god bless u for getting the truck and trailer back there without hitting the house! i could have never done that!
haha I have become pretty good when no one is watching me at least lol. didn't hit anything but yet I have broke 2 lights of from the same place I back into everyday at the shop. I guess its just because I get so used to doing it, I am rushing and usually not paying enough attention
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That's Pittsburgh for you!
Ya that was in Oakland man does it suck driving there, let alone with a trailer
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Boy you aint kidding about being tight!! That sucks. !
Ya I did it once before it really don't get no tighter
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If you dont mid me asking, Would you rather have a skid steer or the tractor? Looks like a skid would fit your operation better but you have a tractor.
skids are nice for tighter areas but I like tractors saved a bit of money, they are more versatile and I would like to brush hog with it too. Its easier to operate and was worth it to buy new over a used skid. Skids have there place to and I will get one someday
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