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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by 94gt331, Sep 1, 2013.
Here's a new lawn we did at a church. Added topsoil, and covered the seed with mushroom soil.
Here's a new lawn we did at a bank, Added about 80 tons of topsoil, graded, rockhounded, seeded and covered with mushroom soil. In the first shot you will see my old skidloader i traded in, dumb move on my part.
Here was a pic working on a wall we built with railorad ties.
Another rare hardsacping job we did. Here's a patio we did for a customer we do a bunch of work for. I don't get into hardscapes much.
Here's a awesome truck in action. The guy I buy bolders off at wholesale prices, uses this truck to unload, really cool.
We designed and installed this new bed around this new sign at a amusement park/ buisness park that we do routine landscape maint at. Added mulch, bolders, and plants.
We cleaned up the landscape beds, moved plants around and added red stone at this house.
And a few shots after completing these natural stone steps up a bank, through a landscape we installed.
Why was it a bad move to trade your wheeled skid in?
I would have had it paid off in 15 more months. But I do like my new track machine. If I would have kept my old skid I probaly would have bought a mini x when it was paid off, oh well you live and learn.