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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Bobcat'nSTL, Jul 4, 2009.
yes all of the houses have basements.
Here are the rest of the pics.
here is the only real spot I had trouble with the turf because the neighbors their sprinklers to come on every 30 minutes and all of the water collects there
To prevent more damage I used ply wood to turn the dingo on so it would not tare up the grass.
Besides that there was very little damage done to the grass.
Starting t lay the paves.
What where the Fans and Umbrella for.
They were for some shade and air movement., When we did this project it was in the 100s and 90 percent humidity. they helped make the two days of work some what bearable.
100 degrees is good working weather.
I know what you are saying about that heat, about two weeks ago it was pretty warm and sticky here. when you are doing something you enjoy the heat is a little easier to deal with at least that is the way I see it. Looks good man.
It is not hot till you get past 100.
I love the heat.
It was so hot lately the Mexicans where running from the Landscapers trying to get day laborers.
I honestly love the 90+ degree weather.I stay out in it all day.
are you saying the mexicans were trying to get other guys to do their work cause it was too hot?
I am saying that the Mexicans did not want to work outside because it was so hot.
I am 44 years old and I can work most anyone into the ground in this weather.
Luckily the weather has broke and we will be in the low 90's so it feels like spring again.Easier to get help.
Nothing like standing still and pouring sweat.
Gotta love it!
Only a high of 88 here today, suppose to get as low as the 60's tonight! Now if we could get some decent rain..