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Old 06-12-2010, 09:57 PM
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Looks good man, I love jobs like that also. Easy money, and pretty fast, even if you're working by yourself.
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Old 06-13-2010, 02:45 PM
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all your work looks very good,alot of attention to detail.
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No wonder........Your work is some of the best I have seen
Thanks very much! "Attention to Detail" is the key! ...I actually have that phrase in my company brochure.

Here are some more planters. They probably bore you guys who would rather look at cut grass. But I like 'em.
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Old 06-13-2010, 02:48 PM
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Old 06-13-2010, 02:55 PM
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great pics, you do good work
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Outstanding work!!! I detest hedge trimming, but I see you have that whole Pearl Fryar (tree whisperer) thing going on. Out of curiosity what kind of camera do you use and what mega pixel is it? Your pictures are super crisp like the Chestnut Oak guys.
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Old 06-14-2010, 06:22 PM
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great pics, you do good work
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Outstanding work!!! I detest hedge trimming, but I see you have that whole Pearl Fryar (tree whisperer) thing going on. Out of curiosity what kind of camera do you use and what mega pixel is it? Your pictures are super crisp like the Chestnut Oak guys.
Thanks guys!

I have an old Sony Cybershot 5.1 megapixel from like....2004?? It's been a great little camera and easy to throw in the truck. Still looks brand new and has clicked off tens of thousands of pics. The screen is tiny, that's the only problem...Thought of buying a nice Nikon SLR but it's probably not worth the money for my purposes (and getting tossed from truck to truck.)
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Old 06-20-2010, 02:38 PM
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Here's a small backyard job for some friends. It was all weeds and limbs and brush (can't see in some of the shady areas) so it was killed off a few weeks ago and the heat was great for total death!

Stripped it all out, created the perimeter beds for future planting, made a raised garden bed, 8x8 with 2 yards of garden mix soil. Also created a drainage well 3-4 ft deep with river gravel in a low area in the rear. Added a simple deck planting, not a huge budget on this job but that's cool.

Included a few pics of the alley access I had for this job. In and out one way only, Dingo barely fit and it was a muddy mess. Some before shots-
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Old 06-20-2010, 02:42 PM
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Some afters..... not very glamourous, but cleaner.
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Great work! I'm amazed how full and lush landscapes are out there.
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