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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by CreativeLawncareSolutions, Mar 28, 2013.
Are they called trailers until you take off the wheels there?
Thought I could ger sombodys attention
do they even take the wheels off? sometimes they don't even do that here. trailer trash everywhere.
Older retiree trailer courts, good.
1) small lots lend themselves to minimal equipment.
2) good chance of picking up several lots in one stop.
Little, cramped, tweaker roaming trailer parks, bad.
1) constant fear of killing half naked, no diaper wearing, street urchins.
2) a seemingly inexhaustible stream of trash (pun intended).
3) high probability of irregular or non-pay.
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I used to have 3 trailer parks. I used to have a lot more flat tires because of what I ran over in trailer parks. One was a good paying, higher end park, that I really liked cutting. I would never cut lower end type again. You're pretty desperate for anything to cut when you first get into the business, but I should have got extra for combat pay
Ok. I think I'm upping my bid! I haven't emailed it yet.
I have been to Alabama a few times. I saw nothing but Castles with moats. Lawn equipment trailers pulled by Cadillac's
Don't forget they tend to disappear during extremely severe weather.
We HAD a trailer park here in Modesto that was underneath the old 9th Street bridge. When the rivers overflowed during a flood in' 95, the flood waters washed away the entire trailer park. And people wonder why our water around here is so polluted! Lol
If you get the grounds you should be able to pick up some of the residents lots get some of those and then beware the plastic skirting
Now im off to the Cadillac