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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by RedMax Man, Jun 1, 2008.
Can you do that legally?
Before pics are a few pages back...
The beginning .....
Ready for sod or hydroseed, and irrigation...
Nice work! How do you like the bobcat? and how did you get the sod off? did you just cut it off with the bobcat and haul it off, how did you do it?
What's with the gravel by the street? Why not river rock or something?
Great work though!
Did you have enough trucks and equipment there!? Just giving you a hard time, looks a lot better!
Do what legally?
Thanks! I didn't run the Bobcat. Impressions (LS member) and my buddy ran it. i Was busy crackn the wip lol. Its a good machine though.
Sod? We went of the existing lawn or what was left of it. We hauled out what we dug up where the crushed stone is and hauled that out. We went over the existing lawn with around 15 yards of loam.
Its such a busy street (Main st.) and thats gona be a problem area no matter what so its not worth spending extra money for fancy gravel.
Thanks for the compliment.
Ok, one more question redmax, is the skid a rental or is it one of your buddies? I was just wondering because you never usually see a rental with a cab...
Dump the leaves under the powerlines. Sorry, probably should have clarified