Just wondering if you ever offered a tip to someone mowing a property next to yours. Tonight I was doing a factory / industrial place in the town's industrial park. 3 high school kids hop out of an Isuzu Trooper and one grabs the push mower, one grabs the trimmer, one hops on the 44" Gravely Z. Now this thread is NOT intended NOR wanted to be used to start bashing equipment. When I was 16 I started with an S-10 pulling a single place snowmobile trailer with plywood sides hauling a 14 hp 32" Montgomery Wards garden tractor. There's alot of guys on here that probably weren't even alive when M.W. was in business. Anyways, I'm just trying to set up the scenario. The property is a warehouse type building, 1/2 used by a trucking company, the other 1/2 for lease, whole entire building been for sale for 3+ years. Whole property about 4 acres, 80k sq ft building, 25k sq ft parking lot, rest turf. There's strips of turf along the building, then the areas of turf between the parking lot, and the roads, which this property is on a corner. The operator of the Z drives counter clockwise, starting on the outside, mowing all of the grass into the street. Now throughout the year, I've noticed that when the property is mowed that there's grass everywhere, and it's left there. I now them mowing the property, and I walk over to the guy running the Z and tell him "Not to tell you what to do, how to do your job, whatever, but if you mowed the first two circles in the opposite direction, you wouldn't leave grass all over the parking lot, roads, etc." Was I in the wrong?? I wasn't trying to put him down, make fun of him, give him grief, just trying to offer a tip to someone that most likely never even thought of such a thing. Should I just walk away next time??