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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Exmarkboy13, May 5, 2012.
Lawn's look great. And Kudo's for hard work at 14... you'll go far. I'll have my kid's sweating with me as soon as they turn 16. They can't legally touch anything with a motor until they are 16 here in Indiana (commercially).
Constructive criticism on the mulch beds? They are a little linear. If possible, try to have free flowing curves and curve them in at sidewalks, driveways, etc.. They idea is to be able to follow the curve easily with a mower. You know what I mean?
Thank you. as far as the mulch beds, thats how we wanted them. very clean-cut and straight. only afew curves lol, but thank you
deff more pics of ur mower setup... im intreasted i nthe deere
i will have to get some work pictures and equipment photos on here when we finish pulling everything out and getting the ball rolling!
I'm 13 and I am really impressed with your setup... please keep posting
Looks good for a start. I started out very similarly. Though I would say that for landscaping you might want to try to give your edging a little bit more contour to be more visually appealing. Though nice start. I would also recommend trying to get a commercial exmark (Exmark is my brand ) and tow everything with that. Really nice trimmer rack.
now 15, gonna be 16 and driving in feburary. Alot has changed..........
sorry they are mixed up and crappy, ill get some pics of the work/crew/equipment tommorow, as well be cutting
please buy an Isuzu NPR for your first car