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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Above Par Lawns, Apr 29, 2013.
Small retaining wall needed here.
Pavestone Windsor Red
Shitty morning on the golf course. I was back on it in less than an hour.
what is your work schedule like with working on the golf course and landscaping
Non stop 24-7. Basically 5:30am-1:30 at the course then work afterwards. This will be my last year at the course. It's hard to keep up. I need a day off.
i feel you on that one, i work 6:30-3pm then mowing mowing mowing, 6 calls yesterday alone and 3 approaches while mowing other yards. i'd like to learn a bit more on the landscaping side of things, if you ever need help with anything on that let me know, if i'm not mowing i'd be glad to help out just to learn more
At least your all right, and better sand trap than water...
I feel your pain on the working a job then mowing and building your business up afterwards. I used to attend the University full-time then mow after classes but man thats a drain to start your day at 2pm. I withdrew from the school and haven't looked back, ok maybe a glance or two, but business is growing and I am supporting my family so I cant complain.
Wish you the best of luck in the transition to full-time.