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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by supercuts, Jul 31, 2009.
the brown one is 30x50' and the other is 35x45'.
i hate you right now....lol
I love the bob-cats.
and some toys and dropping a big oak at the new house. check out the nice grab grass front lawn! its all nice now
here is a good example of knowing when things are too much for you. hanging over the house and the lines was enough for me to call it quits. i had contemplated dropping some limbs then towing it over. smarts got the best of me.
this old 84' kubota got me going. this little 16hp tractor was unbelievable. it had a backhoe, tiller, 4' brush hog and more. the brush hog would cut down trees bigger than my arm. it made some money.
can anyone guess how many squares this roof took including the attached garage. if give you a hint, its not what it looks. there is also a wing off the back of the house. this is the most fun anyone can have.
another toy. we bought this a year ago, 7/1/08. it still doesnt work and hasnt since ive bought it. the dealer has had it since 7/6/09 and yesturday, 8/1/09 the told me they cant figure out whats wrong with it and they are in touch with mercury techs trying to figure it out. what a waste. right now im fighting with suntracker over the $5k my boat has depreciated the $1000 plus im out of pocket trying to have it fixed and that doest include days off from work. what a nightmare! BOAT= Be Out Another Thousand
and this is the reason i stuck with landscaping over a good paying job. because i make as much and get to take off time to spend with my family.this year the have been a bunch of these days
and this is behind the garages out back. there are some jumps out back and a very small loop for my bike. they were here from the last owner, it was icing on the cake for me.
the 2nd is senior year shop class in 1996. what a sad looking bunch