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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by paddy, Jun 16, 2000.
what would phil say about liquid urea apps?
dick2 wrote: <p>>what would phil say about liquid urea apps? <br> <br>I don't know but I am thinking about starting an orgainc lawn care franchise<br>using the above method.<p>"Effluence Lawn and Tree Care" will have an IPO shortly<br>see your broker.<p>Check out tree division called<br>"Peein in the Bushes".
Stone......you always give me a well needed laugh. Okay, I did't pee in any bushes (today atleast!) so heres what I have to say about camelbacks: Get with the times guys!! The Air Force issued us those over a year ago. We got the ones that are a backpack with pockets/zippers and the cooler. It works out great working on a construction site, some of the pros<p>- All the jewlery your not supposed to have on (for safty reasons) can go in the puch<p>- don't have to walk all the way accross a site to find the cooler, etc.<p>- don't have guys on my crew using "I gotta get a drink" excuse to take an extra break and go hide somewhere.<p>- No risk of dehydration in the hotter climates.<p>Those things are great for hiking, biking, etc. Its a great small investment to make...I suggest you look into them if you haven't already.<p>----------<br>"guido"<br>David M. Famiglietti
I read the title to this and thought you were talking about having a problem with your back I thought you had been slumped over like some of the Walker guys I see. Oh well, better a Camel-back than a Camel-toe
i bought it at Hudson trail out fitters. you could probably get it online at www.campmor.com or some biking place. i think i'll start throwing ice in tha backpack too, and ice in the bladder, so that it keeps my back and the water that much cooler.
Paddy, I bought an extra bladder for mine so I could always keep one in the freezer. Just fill it up 3/4 of the way though, because I'd imagine if you filled it all the way it would expand when frozen, don't want that!! And Keith, whats wrong with a camel-toe?? hehehe<p>----------<br><a href="http://communities.msn.com/guidosequipmentpics/">"Guido"</a><br>David M. Famiglietti
Guido, nothin' at all, just would have been a strange thread title...."I got a cameltoe"<br><p><font size="1">Edited by: Keith
You can get them at any bike shop.
Do they bother you when your sitting on a ZTR? It seems that it would be pretty awkward. <p>Mike<br>Greenkeepers<br>
With a little skill you can insert a foley catheter - problem is you have to get the right size tube for your tube.