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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Aura Lawns, Oct 21, 2013.
that's nicer stuff than what I started with.
I really appreciate the comments guys!
Here are some more photos of my work and my stuff...
#1 Is my mowing/landscaping outfit, I very rarely wear the vest though and the shirts have my logo on the front and the back
#2 My boots that I bought at Payless shoes
#3 Here is how I store my mowing gear, my dad parks his car next to it with about 3" to spare.
The rest are before shots of a fall cleanup I did there must have been 4 feet of leave in that pile.
Here are the after shots of that fall cleanup...
Last pictures of the night, Some more mowing/fall cleanup shots
#1 Is a before of the cleanup/mowing
#2 Is a stripe shot
#3 Is a before of an edging
#4 Another before of the edging
#5 After of the first edging shot
#6 After of the second edging shot
#7-8 Afters of the cleanup/mowing
Sorry for the terrible quality of the pictures.
Bump for some more comments guys, I really like to get feedback
Where all the comments guys, I really appreciate the feedback and comments
Work looks really good! Keep it up!
Don't be embarrassed about your equipment
there is absolutely nothing to be embarrassed about. When I was your age, I use to move a ton of leaves with this thing that looked like a plastic fan at the end of a long stick
I think we use to call them rakes or blister sticks or something like that and boy did I underbid my first leaf job
and the color of the mower I got from Dad was rust with a speck or two of green and white and if I wanted it to move I had to push it. Seriously though, treat your equipment well and your equipment will treat you well
keep your blades sharp, change the oil regularly, keep the air filter clean, make sure it is lubed well and take a few minutes to clean all your tools after each use. Keep up the good work and take lots of photos. Good luck.
That #2 photo is really nice. It shows some nice stripes and it shows how nice your lawn looks when compared to the one next-door that you aren't servicing.
Thanks for the kind words guys... bump for some more comments!!