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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by deere615, Aug 14, 2008.
Looking really good Brad, I'd assume you're busy even with everything slowing down these days!
Ok nice,you have a nice lineup of mowers with the 21''s,36'' and 48''s u can handle all diffrent size accounts,haha yeah lol.and one more what works best for you doing bush trimming for cleanup i blow the trimmings into the lawn with the handheld,then rake and put into 32 gallon cans that i have works good but just wondering anything a little better i know tarps did before didnt turn out so good,thanks.
yeah still busy still got jobs till the end of july almost
every place is different for the most part rake the big stuff blow the little stuff
Ok thanks,yeah hahaha this is true got a landscape job for a few days re edging a mulch bed and weeding the area tomorrow
Good to hear man!
Little wall job, wasn't mainly for looks homeowner wanted it at the bottom of their year to help with puddling at the bottom. Used 16" block took 2 pallets.
The limestone base runs the whole way after we got a straight line and laid the base course we realized the little area by the garden needed cut back further
River gravel for the back
Couple more, planted grass above the wall. and yes that's 12" cap on the 16" block...
Looks good,nice job.
Ehh For some reason I wasnt completely satisfied, not sure why, but the homeowners loved it they only told me 50 times
Looks pretty good, except for the caps, but some of the blocks don't look 100% straight, but it just might be the camera. Not trying to be a jerk though Brad.