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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Greenlandscaping, Apr 22, 2011.
Kudos for being young and not a punk and being active in this business.
I do hae two questions though?
How do you have a truck at 13?
Being 13, aren't you a little young to be doing tree work?
Looks great,nice equipment.goodluck and enjoy the season!
You got a real nice set up there but I was thinking the samething...
Wow thats a really nice setup for a 13 year old. That craftsman tractor is the exact same as the one i just sold. That thing is a beast and cuts very nicely btw, to bad had i had to upgrade to a Zero Turn. Good Luck this season!
Btw how many lawns you cutting this season?
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Im cutting about 10 but i have 3 yards that are over 3 acres. Im cutting around 15 to 20 acres a week but i will be picking up more jobs. I do everything from mulching to garage clean outs so im doing ok
work hard,and build a good customer base while your young,it will pay off down the road.Most teens are in the house on some kind of electronic!!!!!!!!!!!
The truck is my brothers he joined the buisness when i got my trailer at the end of the summer last year. However i pay for the gas and now at 4.10 a gallon. I cut mostly trees that are on the ground but we do small tree removal if it looks like we can take it on. My dads a climber so he will do anything.
I'm guessing your parents started you off with most of the big equipment? I know a lot of parents spoil their kids, but I don't know too many who do it with straight trimmers and chain saws
Good for you, kid, you keep working hard and you will be successful at whatever you choose to do.