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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by 94gt331, Sep 1, 2013.
Really nice operation and equipment you got there.
You should lift the explorer though
We also have 3 snow blowers we use for some driveways and walks. I enjoy doing snow removal. It's not a big money maker for me but in the winter time around here, I'm thankful for snow work to make some bill money etc.
Hello local friend. I do often stop at Mccoy's they are a mile from my shop. They are indeed great people to work with, can't say enough good things about them, great service and good prices. Looking forward to maybe another exmark purchase in the spring.
Thanks bud. Haha take here muddin!
random storage trailor of misc random stuff
I've been cutting firewood on some rare free time, hoping to have about 50loads split and ready to sell this winter, to hopefully make myself some extra money and give me something to do when it's slow.
When I got my new land and shop I went to the back of the property and dug alittle burn area were I could get crazy and burn brush,trash and debries, it helps us so much to have a burn area to keep the shop cleaned. I try to mostly use a local dump for brush as much as I can so they can turn the brush into mulch but sometimes we bring it back to the shop it we are close.
On my land there was prviously a cabin the former owners used as a family retreat and hang out . I did some renovations and lived in it for a year before I got married 2 years ago. Since then I rent the cabin to a younger couple for a little extra income and my wife and I live about 2 miles from my shop. Here's a couple pics of the cabin i have on the ground. I miss living there it was deffinately a man cave, too bad my wife wouldn't move in with me.
Couple salt spreaders for the trucks, western swing tail gate and a boss spreader tail gate