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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by MysticLandscape, Apr 28, 2009.
more pics of the brush piles that had stacked up
ok so thats what ive been doing gona build a retaing wall around the tree so it looks better ill show you guys the pic i say the red block but the owner loves them both so probly going to go red curved face so theres a pic of that and then 2 pics of tims perfect strpes with the walker
i must say he can stripe im getting there no where like perfect like his lines but alot better and im always on the stander and he gets the walker
wow a 2500 with duel exhaust and tips that's lovely
o ya its a hemi but sounds great dual tips on each side its unquie so ty for the complaint first person to notice it
I knew that was coming!
lol its got tons of power
Dang 64 accounts? Any tips for a new guy? lol your work looks good.
So you rip out all the tree roots to put in a wallk AROUND the tree and expect the tree to stay healthy after that?
whys tim using your truck for maintenance?
not a walk a retaing wall around the tree to build it up for it become a raised bed and make the house pop idc about the tree if the homeowner wants it and is willing to pay 5k for it you do what needs to be done
and i swapped trucks with tim for an hr i need the dump to get a meachine and he was just mowing so i swapped trailers and trucks with him
i swear we have more then 64 but somedays i dont mow i do other projects but hes some tips for ya
1. do qualty work best advertisment is word of mouth
2. get a decent rig not all beat down and crap but a decent one and keep it clean and have it letered for people know who you are
3. use the right tools