Yep, all volunteer. I get my work done by starting early and working through lunch usually. I do have a capable laborer who is able to assist in everything except controller installation/wiring. By the way my business also does contract grounds maintenance as well as irrigation and chemical applications. I could grow it up again from the downturn in the economy but I am in a "holding" pattern waiting for the pesky irs details. txirrigation - those jacked up F450-F550 trucksare sweet to look at but are worth bumpkis in the brush. Way too long and wide plus they weigh way way way too much and munch tires faster than a three dollar crack ho with a fresh rock. In my a.o. the ranchers specialize in growing, well rocks and dense cedar, making it vital to have a srw 1 ton 4X4 regular cab with behemoth front and rear bumpers to bull into the active fire. This is why my department gets called out on mutual aide so much as we have the weather beaten trucks that are extremely capable-not much to look at or drive on the highway but they live for harsh use. I have posted this photo before, it is either a '66 or '67 Jeep Kaiser, equipped with a small block chevy and will go places those F450-550 trucks couldn't even think of attempting to traverse. The photo is what it looks like from the cab when a nozzle man is on the front platform.