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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Garden Panzer, Aug 7, 2004.
Now after the shears....
These will get Atimmec in 14 days.
More misc. yard work...
more pics and stuff
Here's some more work..
everything looks good
I need a faster Internet connection, stupid dial-up.
Looks nice dude.l
Nice trimming, I would have done the mulch a little different , just my two cents. Keep up the good work..........
I'm NOT a fan of the mulch used, cedar bark. I like cow manure and sawdust the best. You get better plants and in the fall you get those magic mushrooms growing up through it!
Panzer, is that an orchard ladder your using? I was wondering about the stability being a tripod. I would think it would be easier to place in tight areas opposed to a typical step ladder.
Yes it is.... a 12 footer! The tri-pod works great as I use it on allot of hills, one is able to find balance better. It fits nice on the truck also, it's very light as well.