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Demolition, clearing and grading

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by Landclearer, May 18, 2014.

  1. CM1995

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    I hear ya' but I wouldn't change a thing.;)
     
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    Absolutely. :cool2
     
  3. Sawdus22

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    Happy Thanksgiving LC, enjoy your day off and I hope you aren't working Friday either:D
     
  4. Landclearer

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    Thanks Sawdus, same to you. I hate to say it but we are working tomorrow and Sat.
     
  5. Sawdus22

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    Well that's a good thing it's better to have more than enough work rather than not enough work. Get it while the gettins good!
     
  6. Landclearer

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    It is much easier to do the work than find it so no complaints here.
     
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    I just read through the entire thread. Some nice work Landclearer, Keep the pictures coming.
     
  8. Landclearer

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    Thanks Blackdog. I try to put up new pics every Sunday.
     
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    Here is this weeks installment. The first pics are of a job my brother was on. My jobs are mudholes and I helped him for 3 days last week. The next pics are of the trucks first load. Pretty good sized load 87000:rolleyes: The last pics are of the pool I have been tearing out. We had 4 days of rain last week so Sat was the first day I made it back there. The big chunk is the kiddy pool.

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  10. Landclearer

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    This is why I look forward to Sundays. Sweet regular cab by the way.
     
  12. Landclearer

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    Thanks Sawdus. Glad you like the pics. I really enjoy looking at other peoples work so I figured I would put our stuff on here as well.
     
  13. Fastdirt

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    I'm the same way. I love looking at other peoples jobs, trucks, machines, trailers, and most importantly the work. Of course I love the big mass grading but I just like the average contractor site work. Love pictures. I just prefer pictures.

    Thanks for sharing again. Man what a truck that Peterbilt is.
     
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    I agree, I like big dirt and so on but I guess I just like seeing the same type of work we do. I like the pics as well and I think it is real interesting how things are done so differently from area to another.
     
  16. Landclearer

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    A few pics from this week. Back in the mud again. Can"t find anything dry lately.

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    315s are great machines. Lots of power for a small package. I have done a lot of work with that machine.
     
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    Enjoying the photos as always. Man, that new truck is a real looker!
     
  20. Landclearer

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    Thanks man, I appreciate that. I am looking forward to seeing it with the new headache rack and lightbar.