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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by Dirtman2007, Nov 17, 2008.
oh you can't remember what dry dirt looks like....me either. I can't wait to get back to work!
If it wasn't for the money I could wait cause I'll be working in mud for several months now
Well that is true too. We went back to it today and the mud was not fun to say the least, but I guess mud is all part of working in the dirt.
Been busy just keep forgetting to take pictures,
got my parking lot done all graded and rolled, forgot to take finish pics after all the stone was hauled in
Then started on the slope section part of the project.
did a little clearing today, forgot to take finished pics tho....
farmer found one of my stump holes the otherday I didn't pack
any my new play toy comes tomorrow
Love the pics Chris, keep them coming. Glad to know somebody has been staying busy. What do you have planned for that long stick, pond dredging?
some very interesting tree clearing tomorrow
That farmers 4440 looks to be in good shape. All that area and he finds the hole.
he's not much of an operator if he went out of his way to find a mudhole to get stuck in. with a 2wd tracyor I think I might have avoided the mud
DO keep in mind that it rained about an inch overnight before I could get there the next day and yank it out
Did you all buy that long reach or just renting?