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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by mkwl, Dec 6, 2005.
For you huys in the Northeast, have you finished the 2005 mowing/leaf cleanup season yet?
not quite i only have one more job to do, and it is cleaning out a drainage ditch around a customers property. after that i'm DONE! bring on the snow!
At this point and time I guess I have to consider myself done although I wanted to get a last cut on at least 2 more property's I don't see that happening. I guess it's just a waiting game for the serious white and not this petty "dusting to an inch" crap. I got my snow blower and ice melt on standby along with my Carrhart coverall's.
One last thing "Let it snow,let it snow,let it snow"
I wasn't really done, but since the snow hit im probably done till Spring, im not real crazy about leaves anyway. Actually iwas kinda glad it snowed so i don't have to be out there when it's 20 degrees blowin F-ing leaves.
I love plowing snow
I would have been done last week but rain and a dusting of snow killed us. Might go out the end of this week to finish, its getting cold and everythings getting frozen to the ground. Good thing I've got the Redmax 8000
I had 2 left but the ground is covered in snow now and the sanders are on so i guess im done.
I just got finished a week ago!!:blob3: :blob3: :blob3:
I have one more cleanup, but everything is winterized, no way im goin out with a rake and those stupid paper lawn bags to do it!!!! Im done till spring!
I would have liked to have given a bunch of mine one more round but Mother Nature put a halt to that. I only had one that hadn't been touched at all this year and I guess I'll hit it if and when the snow clears. They're calling for more snow towards the end of the week.
I worked sunday to get ahead of the snow and frozen temps here in MD. I have several left with leaves still on the trees. bradford pear trees still holding leaves and some maples..