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Keep eyes and ears open

Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by bohiaa, May 22, 2007.

  1. bohiaa

    bohiaa LawnSite Fanatic
    Messages: 5,220

    hay guys...

    This morning it rained down here in Texas "west of Houston"
    I cut a lot in the country, so today I figured I could go cut this guy's place that has moved and the farm is up for sale. " he's in Arizona" he has an airport strip on his proptery The rod is a dirt road. " it's kind of red dirt with gravel and larget rocks mixed in...Anyway while cutting up close to the front gate this truck " full of kids" comes barreling down this road going side to side and yup you got it.... BAM right into the gate and fence... and ditch.....right where I had been cutting.... NOW on any given day hardly no one would have been comming down this road especially driving fast.....

    Well I had to wait on the cops, wrecker and, such...." when I really wanted to go clean my pants out" but I hung around and called the owner. and after the cops arived DAD show's up..... WOO HOOO did the sparks fly.....
    It was worth being allmost killed to see dad let him have it...

    It's the Last week for school here in Bellville Texas, and country kids go :dizzy: Luckly for the kids they were NOT drinking and me....
    Well I made it home changed my pants and I live to cut another day.

    Everyone try your best to keep your eye's and ears open for CrAzY drivers.
    there even out there on the dirt roads......
  2. LindblomRJ

    LindblomRJ LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,570

    I was waiting for a rattle snake story.

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