Here's a few pics. First two are of my mini ex. I was helping a friend excavate his sewer line. The other pics are some of the mulch roads I make for ranchers and property owners who want to walk or drive on something besides dirt and rock. When they have their trees trimmed or cleared, instead of chipping or hauling off, I pile up the brush along trails where I then mulch. It works good as a recycling method and saves on labor. I used to need a lot more labor to drag brush and feed the chipper. We can't use a chip truck because it fills up too fast when we're doing big trees, land clearing, or cleaning up stumps so this method kills two birds with one stone. If the customer doesn't need the shreds on a road or trail, I can usually find a disturbed, eroded, or rocky area where the shreds will be beneficial. I attached a pic of one of the sites as seen from space. It was taken this time last year right after I sheared, chipped, and then ran the mulcher over a lot of brush and stumps that the owner cleared. The last pic is the trail seen heading out of view in the upper left corner of the satellite pic. Technology is amazing. Eventually, the satellites will catch us taking a leak or worse!