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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by A. W. Landscapers Inc., Nov 21, 2013.
A few more...
A couple more after shots...
Drunk driver took out two mailboxes (yes they were both brick, stone and cinderblock) and tore up the turf in the drainage ditch and stopped about a foot short of neighbor's driveway.
I bid the job but the homeowner decided to go with the lowest bidder (not me). I drove by it the other day and noticed that the lowest bidder threw some dirt in the ruts and put down some St. Augustine sod
Now the existing Bermuda grass is battling it out with the St. Augustine
I'll stop and snap a shot next time I drive by.
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You have a very beautiful shop and equipment, nice to see everything so well taken care of. Gotta love that pride of ownership!
Thanks so much, for finding and sharing the wheelbarrow holder. That little thing has added so much space to my trailer. I managed to place it so the wheelbarrow will hold my trash can off the floor, with a bungee for securement.
Thank you very much.
Glad that worked out well for you.
I use to secure the trashcan to the wheelbarrow but when I got the Wright Stander the trashcan got in the way.
I now use bungee cords to secure the trashcan to the shelves.
I have to raise the wheelbarrow holder up a few inches because right now the wheelbarrow sits at the exact right height to scrape the skin off my knuckles as I pull the right stander into its storage position.
Another mulch job...
Looks nice, nice set up!