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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by siklid1066, Sep 16, 2007.
Any one out there with any stories
As far as being over forty, being shot at by a deranged, estranged and really strange wife, then yes I certainly do.
Regarding being solo - no as I never even started that way.
I'll be 48 in December and I'm solo and I'm loving my job. I put myself through college with a small lawn service in Florida. I wish I would have stuck with the lawn service thing and forgot about getting a job when I graduated. I would have been healthier, happier, and wealthier I'm sure. I'm in pretty good shape for my age and habits. I just hope that holds out.
44 here and been solo on and off for years. The money is better and the headaches are less when working by myself. The down side is stay exhausted 10 monthes out of the year.
Will be 42 on 9/18 and have been nothing but solo for 10 years now.
what 2 months do you go bi-weekly Rhett?
52 and been solo for 25+ yrs
wow and congrats
I will be 49 in Nov................ been solo for 14 years but its getting harder every year working at the pace i have tried to keep 12 hrs days for a old man are killers