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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by jervin38, Mar 4, 2007.
Some Before And After Pics Of A Recent Cleanup.
One More After Pic
Nice work. How long did it take you to finish it
That looks real good! What did you use clean all that up? How long did it take? How many guys? How much moolah did you charge?
What did you cut it all with? nice job
lol someone dumped off their phone book route.
nice work! i think i wouldve edged up that concrete pad in front of the door, just to clean it up real nice to finish it off. but i know how it gets at the end of the day trying to tie up the ends. nice work, i would like to be involved with something like that
We rented a walk behind brush cutter to clear a path for the fire exit. It ate through all that stuff without breaking a sweat. However, we did have to go through with the chain saw and cut anything that was more than 1.5" in dia.
This job took about 5 hours to finish.
Brush cutting isn't bad as long as you have the right equipment, sounds like you did. Good work. Nice they just need to get the inmates to cleanup the trash.
I think I'd be scared to clean up around there, just by the pics, and that sign on the door, and woods, I don't know, but something tells me that it'd be a little freeky there.
i was waiting to find jimmy hoffa back there