the son of a customer called me yesterday abi out needing mowing for their church grounds and an adjacnet cemetary. I asked what happen to the guy doing it last year? He says he sprayed roundup around the tombstonesand the families of the dead didnt like...I guess they didn't want the Rndup to leach in the skeletons. Well I thought about it for about 5 seconds and proceeded to tell him we do not do work in cemetaries and I gave him the names of 2 local companies that I know do graveyards. I walked away for these reasons: 1. its a church and I;ve heard countless horror stories about working for churches. 2. its way too easy to knock over wobbly tombstones and then be responsible to fix them 3. then we have the grass clippings in spring blowing all over their easter flowers placed on the graves. (many of which will be in the way of mowing most likley) I rarely blow someone off like this (although I was very polite and gave him names of other companies) but this just looks like a headache waiting to happen. Do you run from these like I did?