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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Gr8WhiteNorth, Feb 28, 2012.
What make are they?
yeah are those little trucks electric or gas or what? i've seen them around on farms and such and i've always wanted one of those little things.
1999 Kia Towner 2WD, Left hand Drive, propane. 1992 Diahatsiu HiJet 4WD, L.H.D. gas
yeah there's alot out there made by honda, kawasaki, suzuki, etc. as well.
Seems like everything is bigger and better in canada! Some of the big companies on lawn site are from canada and it always amazes me the beautiful work they do!
Great work man! Really and inspiration! I love reading and looking at the picture! Keep it up
Very nice operation, seeing threads like this gives me hope
You can never have enough posted notes right ? haha
Here is a pic from a pond build in my backyard. Two very happy customers.
It was our first time using Aquascape products so I wanted to create something challenging that would give one of my crews a chance to work with the products and give me an idea for pricing.
The pond isn't quite done, but we did pretty good for a couple of Saturday afternoons. Still to come are bed plants, pond plants, cap stone on the waterfall basin, caps on the wall, etc etc.
More pond construction.
The kubota was a lot of fun. This was a rental, but I'd love to get one. The big ones are very pricey, but I'm sure once we had one it would go out every day.
I'm trying to wrap my head around what makes more sense, the small size for backyard reno's, or the bad boy for lifting these monster limestone boulders. There was one or two stones that made lifting pretty dicey.
How's the weather there now? -7 C here tonight and tomorrow.
Looks like you've got some wet dog smell coming your way!