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Its official, wettest summer in GA history

Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by alexschultz1, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. alexschultz1

    alexschultz1 LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,555

    i only have 3 but I do them at 6 a.m. if you've ever heard of Lawns By Hand, Mr. Hand gave me some great advice about 5-6 years ago, "The earlier you start work, the more grass you can cut, the more grass you cut, the more money you make."
  2. exmarkking

    exmarkking LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,012

    I think I may try early in the morning. I would hate for her to show up and see it hasn't been done.
  3. Charles

    Charles Moderator Staff Member
    Messages: 8,008

    Will be our luck to get a early frost and kill everything:rolleyes: :confused::dizzy::hammerhead:
  4. weeze

    weeze LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 9,830

    i'm predicting 24" or more of snow this winter if it stays moist like this all year.

    might be another 1993 blizzard? :laugh:
  5. exmarkking

    exmarkking LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,012

    I wish we would get 24" of snow. That would be awesome. The whole state would shut down
  6. macgyver_GA

    macgyver_GA LawnSite Senior Member
    Messages: 826

    Ahhh memories. I was a kid during the '93 blizzard. A week straight of fun in the snow and no school! My buddy's dad tied a jonboat to his ATV and pulled all the kids in the neighborhood around.
  7. larryinalabama

    larryinalabama LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 18,008

    I was thinking the same thing, but the trees haven't shed a leave all year so we should have a good fall also.
  8. cpllawncare

    cpllawncare LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,659

    Problem is nobody down here is equipped for snow removal duties, at least not many anyway, so we're just out of luck if a really big snow storm comes in.
  9. exmarkking

    exmarkking LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,012

    Yelp, well it would be pointless for a state to invest in snow equipment/trucks and then have them sit there and rust from no use. Waste of tax payers dollars. If we ever got a big storm the state or county the storm hit in would have to call subs, I got a call a couple of years ago when we got an ice storm, because local businesses were needing landscape companies with bobcats to spread salt/I've melt and scrape parking lots. At the time I didn't have a machine so I couldn't help
  10. cpllawncare

    cpllawncare LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,659

    I agree the dozen or so we do have sit and rust as it is LOL! I guess we could do what we do on installs and rent?

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