snow removal is a brutal business, turns a light pick up truck into junk in three years with a bent chassis. Bidding is fierce and the seasons alternate between coming out ten times for a little snow and coming out twenty or thirty times for a few feet at a time
a lot of companies have tracters with a PTO blower
@kevinsky I never advertised either. It was talking to a couple older neighbors, and then word of mouth from there. I even had to take the stickers off the trucks and trailers, too many potential customers turned down.
@J.Musser actually yeah, I did drive our work pickup a good bit when I was in college working for the house keeping dept, probably only a V8, but a nice ride. Drove it a few times completely loaded down with carpet, that was fun
In one answer, I say, "Looks like nitrogen deficiency, and possibly a drainage issue, I'd get the soil tested.", and later he says, "I tested the soil and it gave me some very interesting results... Looks like the main issue would be the lack of Nitrogen in my soil. Second issue could be a drainage problem."
@J.Musser - sod it, yes, I did mean to ping Kevinsky, not you - he was the one who sent me the interesting link to the Statesman. I was obviously having a moment - I didn't look properly and thought it was you who sent me the link - I must admit I was somewhat surprised that you would be looking at such an article, you don't seem that kind of personality type.
@kevinsky - I hope you read the responses I inadvertently sent to J Musser regarding the article in the Statesman - they should have been sent to you, but I hadn't grasped it was you sending me the link, duh... actually I've just read it again...
its worth reading more than once... and I'm intrigued by the churchgoing, is that common in the States?
that last addressed to J. Musser really, but also you, out of curiosity, though I think you're in Canada