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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Fwilamosky, May 20, 2012.
What size motor is on the echo?
80.7cc, it's the cs-8000
Great thread, pictures look top notch! Keep them coming!
Current landscape we are working on, house was foreclosed years ago and need s some curb appeal. Smaller job overall, but could lead to more phases to be installed
Gravel bed wraps around and provides drainage. Clearly we aren't finished with in front of the bed
Last picture is where a raised garden is going with an outer layer of gravel and plants to be installed to provide some curb appeal
Got the call to redo a small wall. We did not install this and it has only been there for a little over two years. Forgot to snap a finished product, but will try to in the coming weeks. Great property backing up to a ravine in the background
back of property with gravel bed converging and allowing the down spouts to flow water away. As you can see in the background, the back yard needs seeded
Finished up a landscape with some seeding and vegetable garden in front
New trailer loaded up
6'4" x 16' deck
3500 pound axels with brakes
The third pic is of me attempting to capture the spring assist gate which I can lift with 2 fingers
Exmark 26 in metro push mower. New client of mine said if I mow his yard for one season I don't owe him anything. Mower was bought last year and I can use my ztr on his property so it will take me 20 mins max
A couple stripes from the bobcat