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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by JimLewis, Dec 13, 2004.
See poll above....
I am finishing up college....man I can not wait until I graduate....seems like it has been so long.
I only have 1 more yard cleanup to do. Most of my current work involves fixing mowers for people. People approach me all year long about fixing their mowers and I tell them that they will have to wait until the season is over before I can get to them. For some reason they do actually wait and start calling me about December 1st. Right now half of my back yard (it's a small back yard) is filled up with other people's mowers.
I'm doing as little as possible Jim. Period
I'm not doing much here at all, some office work and planning for next year, a few hours in the shop a week, and a few small jobs out and then I will be waiting for snow. This is kinda nice having this little break, but I'm already getting kind of anxious for spring already.
I hear that
Not sure what you voted Jim, but I am sure you are still doing the regular maintenace thing. I am doing cleanups still and will finish the bark jobs I had put off till this time of year. I will still be mowing at least once a month especially if the weather stays as warm as it has. Other than that make sure all the weeds and leaves are cleaned up and other misc. Jobs that I left for this time of year.
1) I'm still finishing up final clean ups.
2) Then it's time to contact property managers for next years bids.
3) Getting all my paperwork into my CPA so I can give my silent partner (Uncle Sam) his cut for sitting on his butt all season
4) Getting my Dodge Stratus ready for sale
5) Building a small garage for car/truck painting and bodywork
My response wasn't actually up there. I've been working around the shop getting snow stuff ready, and fixing equipment. I Guess it would be considered working but I don't get paid for it.
Still going with leaf clean-ups here. With a little luck, we may wrap it up in another week.