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Old 11-21-2009, 08:50 PM
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Okay thanks,

Its a little big for me right now, but if for some reason you still have it next year I might take a look, but I hope you find someone so you can get your new one.
thanks normower ya i think i am going to hold onto it another year anyways til i grow bigger but message me someontime and maybe you can buy it down the road. good luck to you where do you mainly work ?
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Old 11-22-2009, 07:43 AM
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Thanks Jpeg,

I am still in high school and work in the Allison Park area. I run a Quick 44.
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Old 11-22-2009, 12:07 PM
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Thanks Jpeg,

I am still in high school and work in the Allison Park area. I run a Quick 44.
oh ic okay well good luck with everything
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Old 11-22-2009, 12:20 PM
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Hey, finally found your thread.

Everything looks good. That stander leaves nice stripes. You almost done for the year?
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Old 11-22-2009, 12:25 PM
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Hey, finally found your thread.

Everything looks good. That stander leaves nice stripes. You almost done for the year?
Thanks Tim ya you found it i will be posting everything here and ya this week wraps it all up unfortunatly. Also the stander i am very pleased with the cut on that machine its working great. How is your thing going school anymore odd jobs or you still working with the other landscaper?
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Old 11-22-2009, 12:32 PM
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I have a few more cleanups scheduled for about a week after Thanksgiving, but I'll take on any more that come my way gladly. The landscaper I worked for finished up this past Friday with cleaups, but my old boss at a local feed store wants my help on Saturdays and some days off school, so that'll be good. Hopefully the snow starts to fly soon. I can't wait till school is over with; I've got a ton of papers and speeches and tests in the next couple weeks. I've got a big install job lined up as soon as the ground thaws, hopefully before spring cleanups begin. I might need some help on it, if you or Brad are looking for some early season work.
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I have a few more cleanups scheduled for about a week after Thanksgiving, but I'll take on any more that come my way gladly. The landscaper I worked for finished up this past Friday with cleaups, but my old boss at a local feed store wants my help on Saturdays and some days off school, so that'll be good. Hopefully the snow starts to fly soon. I can't wait till school is over with; I've got a ton of papers and speeches and tests in the next couple weeks. I've got a big install job lined up as soon as the ground thaws, hopefully before spring cleanups begin. I might need some help on it, if you or Brad are looking for some early season work.
Well thats good school is going good for ya. I cant believe you still have cleanups after a week all leaves around here are off. I hope snow starts to fly also because gets me out doing stuff. How big of an install job is it and ya if i am not working i would be glad to help ya.
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Well thats good school is going good for ya. I cant believe you still have cleanups after a week all leaves around here are off. I hope snow starts to fly also because gets me out doing stuff. How big of an install job is it and ya if i am not working i would be glad to help ya.
I should have the design drawn up in the next couple days completed. So far, I'm removing about 100' x 20' of grass on a steep front yard, and installing different plants, ground cover, river gravel, decorative stone, etc. It's gonna be a mother working on that hill, but it's gonna look awesome when it's done.
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Old 11-22-2009, 04:44 PM
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I should have the design drawn up in the next couple days completed. So far, I'm removing about 100' x 20' of grass on a steep front yard, and installing different plants, ground cover, river gravel, decorative stone, etc. It's gonna be a mother working on that hill, but it's gonna look awesome when it's done.
wow sounds like a good job to make some money on man i hope it works out for ya be cool to see the design. hills do suck but hey where we live htere are hills lol
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I got some cleanups this week and a few spread out next week. But I am basically done after that. I would be happy to help Tim. Sounds like my dump trailer would be great Also I get river rock and stuuf like that at an awesome price so just let me know
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