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    Thought I'd start sharing photos from some of my jobs and some personal stuff.
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    Here's a few from our Cowboy's Stadium tour and picking up the 9N project tractor.
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    A concrete pour and xeriscape project we did last summer.
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    I enjoyed viewing the pictures.
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    Thank CB. As you can see, my wife is a bit younger than me. In fact, She was born the same year that I graduated High School!
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    Thank CB. As you can see, my wife is a bit younger than me. In fact, She was born the same year that I graduated High School!
    So by the pic's and your comment are you trying to tell us you married a "Dallas Cowboy" cheerleader you rascal you ?

    (btw: really enjoyed pics also / Thanks for posting)


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    Quote Originally Posted by bullbreaker View Post
    So by the pic's and your comment are you trying to tell us you married a "Dallas Cowboy" cheerleader you rascal you ?

    (btw: really enjoyed pics also / Thanks for posting)


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    Here's some before and after photos of a road base driveway / parking area from a couple of weeks ago. I'll figure out how to get the photos in order yet!

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    I was really wishing for a cab after this run with Landpride's version of the harley rake. Just a bit dusty.

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    Here's some before and after photos of a road base driveway / parking area from a couple of weeks ago. I'll figure out how to get the photos in order yet!
    You sure have straight and even edges of your driveways and parking pads. Do you mark it or just eyeball it? I first thought you were using a sod cutter to remove sod on the widened driveway/pad, but looking closer it just looks like boxblade scarifier tracks. Did you save the sod or just scrape it off and pile it somewhere?
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    Ya, I'm a stickler for clean edges Jim. Probably from so many years pouring concrete for picky customers in SoCal. On some longer runs I mark each end with a flag and then walk it off while marking with green paint or more flags. I'll measure off fencelines if they're straight. When removing sod I use the scarifiers to get a good line started, then peel the sod up with the loader. On that particular job the sod and organic stuff stayed on site in a pile on his back forty.
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