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Discussion in 'Network: North' started by DLAWNS, Nov 8, 2008.
True story! couldn't have said it better myself!
i need to get my posts up so i can become a platinum member like you buddy lol!!
Same here, we rotate our schedule every storm, but theres a few we keep up on the top of the list, right after the commercials, who are willing to pay a little extra since they need to be able to get out because of their jobs (doctors/cops). I'd much rather a storm that stops sometime in the morning, where we have the whole day and then can work into the night
i also like when they end like 4 5 am. i still work on my businesses during the night and keep them close to bare pavement because i cant do residential at night anyway and i dont want to waste my time in the morning. when i know the storm will come to an end in an hour or so i do my last commercial trip around and then 6 am start with the residential. when the storms end like that i can get everything done by 7ish at night which is good.
is this for mowing only?
Haha...yeah, its a real problem how much I was on here...lol I'm going for 5,000 and I'll be a fanatic...lol Only like 111 for you and you'll be a senior member!
I guess it could be for anything, but the ones that I did were for mowing only. I'm sure if you talk to Joy she would have better answers than I would. Are you thinking of volunteering?
yea i dont mow though.. only seed and plant.. ill shoot her an email.... thanks
Gotcha...cool, let me know if you need any more info...tell her Bill sent ya from Lawnsite.
I love when i can finish plowing the businsses before theres people on the street/parking lots especially one of my lots is a sears hardware and people are constantly driving right up behind me/walking right behind me in such a rush to get inside to buy a damn shovel which btw i've never understood the mad rush for shovels before a storm, where do all the shovels from the previous storms disappear to?
Only a couple of inches here in Camden County. Not much more than a nuisance. We've had plenty with piles all over the road edges and massive piles, for us, in parking lots.