A customer I used to do regular work for has had a tenant in there taking care of the yard the last few years asked me to haul a brush pile now that the tenant has moved out. I did the work on a time & material basis, as usual for them and as discussed on the phone, and emailed an invoice. The invoice was broken down into labor $75 and "hauling and disposal of yard debris" $75 for a total of $150. I sent a picture of my truck/trailer parked in front of where the pile was showing that it's now in my dump trailer. He emailed back and asked what "hauling and disposal of yard debris" is. Really???? I have sent out countless invoices with that description on it and never had a question. Isn't it self explanatory???? This was my reply: "Hauling and disposal of yard debris" is the fee for transporting (hauling) and disposing of the leaves, weeds, prunings, and woody material (collectively referred to as yard debris) that were contained in the pile that was located in the driveway, as well as the low limbs I pruned over the driveway and some dead limbs that were piled along the stone wall near the driveway. Reading between the lines I'm thinking that he thought it was too much money. I don't think so...waiting to hear back. Everything was all in a heap, all criss crossed with vines and weeds and brush all mixed together. It nearly filled my 7 x 12 dump trailer which holds 8 yards. I think he'd have to look pretty hard to find someone to get rid of that pile for less....feeling kind of unappreciated and baffled.