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Old 02-12-2014, 01:55 PM
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Taking a property that has absolutely no landscape, and transforming it into a beautiful work of art. Perfect cut edges, quality plant materials and a finish mulch job that nobody can match, Absolute perfection for the customer.
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I do enjoy that, on newly built houses as well as removing an existing landscape & reinstalling an entire new lawn & landscape.
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Old 02-12-2014, 02:36 PM
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1. Being outdoors everyday
2. Buying equipment
3. Running equipment
4. Expanding at a pace that the business can keep up with...no debt!
5. Instant gratification
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:15 AM
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Yeah bro, killing squirrels is AWESOME!!!!

Did you shoot the neighborhood cats and dogs with a pellet gun when you where a little boy too?

Sorry man, but this is one guy that is not into ANY kind of animal cruelty....

And for those of you that want to argue it.... Yes, I hunt.... and Yes, that is different....
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Decided to write this before reading any others, so it's fresh off my own mind first.

1. Trees ... first and foremost my favorite part of horticulture.

2. Enjoy interacting and visiting with people.

3. I like problem-solving ... good way to apply it.

4. Working outdoors is awesome.

5. Can set my own schedule for the more part.


Since I started photography too, the trees and people part have definitely helped me in that department too.

Awesome. I hear you on #1 especially. Used to be into photography as well. That kinda subsided as I got busier with this stuff. Been meaning to get back into it as I think it would really help the business. Love the picture with the Mustang. Those are some serious trees!
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:01 PM
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Yeah...

Have you seen the thread with all the photos of nature and life and such?

I forget the name of the thread... maybe mdvaden can help with the name "jobsite beauty" mabye?

Mdvaden's photo's are insane....
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Old 02-21-2014, 05:04 PM
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1. I LOVE working outside
2. I really like it when a customer is really happy with the work
3. I love to mow with the ZTR
4. I like working on and buying new equipment
5. I like the weather...alot!
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