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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by tiedeman, Jul 13, 2004.
this is a fun lawn to stripe. The front lawn I love it, but the back lawn is nothing but swamp
this is problem the most picky customer I have. I always get a phone call from her every week for someone really stupid. I love the lawn though because it's so easy and so I won't drop her
these next two pics are of the 4.1 acre lawn that I mow. You problem have two questions, what is up with that bare spot in the lawn but the house and what is up with that pile of dirt. Well, that bare spot is where they put down corn at for turkies that come into the lawn. And the dirt pile is to fill in the ruts that high school punks leave in the yard when they decide to do fish tails. Every year there is always some ruts in the yard. I have caught 2 punks myself and turned them in.
the second pic of the 4.1 acres
here is another picture of the white fenced house that I posted last week. This is part of the front lawn
these next four pics are of my bread and butter house that I love to death to mow.
This is a picture of the back yard that I was cross cutting
here is a picture of the side lawn of the bread and butter house
and this is the picture of the front lawn. The front lawn for some reason didn't turn out that great today. I was a little disappointed in the stripes.
Looks good tiedeman... keep up the good work.
They look good. Nothing like a huge smooth lawn. My biggest is a 1 acre roller coaster/michigan road. The thing is the bumpiest EVER.