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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Dirtman2007, Nov 17, 2008.
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Finally done at the horse farm! well for this week LOL
we are booked soild for this month, lots of interesting jobs to do so there shall be plenty of pics to post!
Today, stone, stone and more stone!
Taking out the trash!
finally got through this thread, great pics, keep em comin!
wow you must have really been stoned after that lol.
PS its Stlmodels from Dhs O have been looking on as a guest for a wile and finally decided to join.
tell me about it, I got stones in my flip flops haha.
I always forget to ask, but what is the camera model you use, your pics are so damn clear on bright days.
Oh man, tell me you DIDN'T get stones in your flip flops! Must have ruined your whole day! LOL
Its just a cheap older sony cyber shot 5.0. screen has spider web cracks from where I sat on it in the skid steer, other than that it works great!
today was a interesting day... I have never seen so many lines in the ground before... did someone give a 5 yr old some marking paint... my oh my there's more that were unmarked... imagine that
so with all the hand work I brought in some reinforcement.
the two amigos
I give them boys credit, I've never seen trench dug by hand that fast... well not by me.
I was deemed unsuitable to operate the shovel by them so I picked up the grass clumps and hauled them to the woods
one line done.
working on the second line.
And here is my next pond job, I'm going to extend the left side about 50' ft to inlarge it, clear some trees and add to the back slope.
Nice and clean install, you can't even tell there was anything done in the back yards.