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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by RedMax Man, Jun 1, 2008.
everything looks good, keep it up.
Thanks I will. Where do you keep disappearing to???
hey redmax i bet gas is killing you that ford must suck up that gas?
I really like the new grill, RedMax. Do you ever work with bagged mulch or just bulk? I usually use bulk, but I did a couple small jobs with bags and it is really easy. No shovels at all. Just throw 4-5 bags on the wheel barrow, rip them open, and rake them smooth. Not to mention how easy it is to reach hard to reach areas, like around pools or tiered beds.
Good looking stripes with the Stander, too.
haha, I just havent been posting alot lately. I am starting to get back into the swing of things... I just graduated the other day, so I've been focusing on actually graduating lol. Ive also been building a better client base, more construction jobs, and just taking it easy trying to run the company. I am now fully insured and legal. Thank god. Anyway ill be posting alot more now that I have gone full time and hopefully it all works out. We should meet up sometime, id love to see that stander in action.
Its not bad imo. I put $80 in the tank a week. I keep a tight route so i'm not all over the universe driving and sucking gas like a pig. It does have a custom exhaust too.
No i don't use bagged mulch. I've only bought by the yard. Thanks for the comments and advice though.
Very nice. Shoot me a PM. We'll meet up asap.
Been negligent on posting more pics mostly because ive been busy. Anyway here are some properties i mow.
The landscaping and stone work is not completed at this house. The homeowner has done almost everything except for the stone work. I will hopefully be doing 20 yards of black hemlock mulch soon.
The entire driveway is going to be ripped up and replace with pavers!!!
You doing the driveway? Looks like a good 30k+ job.