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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Premier landscaping south, Apr 27, 2011.
Just thought the weight of the transfer case, frt axle, hubs etc. would require heavier springs.
He did you a favor, he knew pine straw looks horrible and decided to eat it before you could put it down and destroy the look of the landscape.
I second that! We make more cash on mulch vs. pine straw. Pine straw fades quickly and has now aesthetic value to the land scape. Pine straw actually raises the ph of the soil over time.
The ole horse was crunching away. Sounded like he was chewing on a mouth-full of frosted flakes -the milk, when I came upon him.
haha, nice gold pro nice..
small pic but lets get ready for leaves fellas!
Here is a couple of pics of a paver drive that my friend David from Hardscapes Unlimited did near Ashville, NC. I helped in this install and learned a bunch.