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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by kebrowns, Nov 16, 2012.
When there is no grass to cut what do you in the fall/winter time?
plow snow, do tree work, brush clearing jobs/chipping jobs, hang out with my friends alot
I boil water.
That's how you cook Ramen noodles.
Can't afford real food during the winter months.
Can you share some?
grab a shovel when there is snow
Leaves and then wait for spring or snow whichever comes first. Last winter I geared up for about 6 storms but only plowed 2 of them.
Snow, firewood. Tree thinning etc.
Stay away - I bite.
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Id go after that acorn, but I read that those things are hard on your liver. My liver already gets a good work out.