hey there to my lawnsite friends. a few weeks ago i was asked to do a variety of things for a customer of a customer. this guy has millions of dollars and lives on a nice estate. however like a lot of rich people he is kind of cheap. this guy has 3 rocks at his home behind his house. for those of you with topkick size trucks / 750's, or kodiak etc. think of how big the hood is on your truck. not the wheels too, but the engine and all that stuff. one of these rocks is about that size. the other 2 are about 2/3 that size or so. they are granite. the lines on the rocks, fissures i believe they are called go like ---- that. as opposed to |||| or ///. so the rocks have to be busted up to make way for an addition to the patio. the patio is on 2 sides of the rocks. the other 2 sides are where it becomes fun. the other 2 sides are the house. now that wouldnt be a problem if this house was just siding or whatever. but no!!! they had to make it fun and put those really expensive double pane windows in there. the ones that are all sectioned out. now the windows are about, well, look at your computer screen, i am looking at mine and if you look across your computer screen the distance from the big rock, to the windows is not even as big as this screen. now here is where it becomes even more fun, the rocks have to be busted up into managable sizes where they can be used in gardens for a small wall type deal. but like i said earlier they want to extend the patio, so the rocks are gonna have to go down below ground level. now these rocks are, from the patio about | | that far if i am lucky. to get a big compressor type jack hammer there i would have to park the compressor in the driveway and haul about 150 feet of line out there easily. anybody got any ideas? a couple of people have suggested to me drilling holes and blasting.