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Old 05-20-2013, 05:26 AM
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Sorry kelly hope you can get some nicer wheather up north get your cutting caught up. I only want rain when the grass stops growing,lol. It's to hard keeping up with the spring mowing when it's raining more than a day a week in the spring. Spring mowing ugh!!
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Old 05-20-2013, 06:38 AM
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Seems like lately it only rains while I'm in the middle of servicing a yard or it rains and "floods" (today) and I can't catch up.
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Right now where I'm at---Logan Martin Lake area, Talladega & St. Clair counties, Alabama---its raining----but I know that come August we'll be saying---"Mercy!!! Why won't it rain!!!!????"
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:57 AM
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I personally stick to the schedule and the order I schedule them. no client takes precedent over another client ever for anything.

if one account would be unserviceable for say to much rain that one would get skipped and I'd move to the next not coming back until I finished out my remaining schedule.
I almost always get them all done, but there is occaisons that the weather messes everyone up. The accounts with irrigation and that are year round always come first. I don't generally give biweekleys a specific day, and some don't mind if it gets cut at 3 weeks. During a drout many biweekleys wont get cut anyway.

I tend to be overbooked, however Im planning to slow up a little in 3 or 4 years.
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:59 AM
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Right now where I'm at---Logan Martin Lake area, Talladega & St. Clair counties, Alabama---its raining----but I know that come August we'll be saying---"Mercy!!! Why won't it rain!!!!????"
Im headed down to the dam this morning hope the lake went down
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