My husband and I have run the homeowners association at Cottage Grove. Over the past 6 years we have been through a number of lawn care companies. Of course they all started out wonderful then after a few months, the grounds would start looking bad and all we heard was excuses, its not the right time of the year to do this or we will do it next month. Then one day John Barber payed us a visit, we sat and talked then walked the property, as we walked I thought , okay here we go again, but was willing to give him a try especially since we had just fired a company a few days before. The best compliment I can give Island Scapes is, the grass has never looked better! We actually have grass this summer, I truly did not think it could be brought
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Have you ever woken up on a beautiful Sunday morning only to find that your yard has grown completely out of control? Well don’t fret, this paper will guide you through the steps required to have your lawn look like you’ve been mowing your whole life. Having the skills to conquer any yard will make you a star in the field of landscaping worldwide. By mastering the strategies contained within these lines you, too, can be the Master of the Yard. The key sections of a good mow job are, preparing the equipment, the cutting of the grass, and inspection and clean-up. Let’s take a look at how to first prepare your mower for the task at hand.
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One morning, i was in 6th grade, my sister and I wake up, and we are home alone. We heard large noises on the porch. We went to go peek through the curtain, and there was a man lying on our porch. I called the neighbors, and we both hopped the fence and they let us in. The cops had then been called, while the stranger was still on our porch. The cops arrive and get the stranger and his information. The following day, we found out the man was on probation. The significance of this day, was the neighbors, that we are good friends with, helped us out in the moment of panic, and my sister and I not knowing what to do. Transformation that created fear of this day, was when we were home alone getting ready for school around 10:30, and then having a stranger at my doorstep. Also, not knowing what to do at that one moment of panic at time.
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The first day I was as lost as a newborn; no idea on how to weed whack or what I was doing while the wet freshly cut grass stuck to my boots. Billy gave me advice on it. I needed to cut the grass to the sweet spot so it wouldn't shrivel up dry and die but not need cut again right away. He showed me how to restring the weed whacker and showed me
My father is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Air Force. Because of this, he receives a variety of assignments, causing me and the rest of my family to have to move homes often. Most recently was the summer of 2015, when my family moved from Edwards Air Force Base, which is about an hour northeast of Los Angeles, to Rancho Bernardo, near San Diego. This was not the first time that my family has moved, so I was familiar with the typical challenges of moving, like finding new friends and getting involved in the new community. However, the transition to Rancho Bernardo was not as simple. Not only did I have to make new friend and insert myself into a new community, but I was also unprepared for the difference in academic rigor at Rancho
I chose President’s Lawn Care Service where Mr. Charles President is the owner. It is a local business within the Gadsden County, Florida area. I was born and have lived in Havana, Florida, most of my life and attended the public school system. It gives me great pleasure to elaborate on Mr. President’s background in the area of Lawn Care. This is a much needed service for the residents in the area. In 2012 President’s Lawn Care Service, Inc. was established in the northeastern portion of Gadsden County. The company is headquartered behind the owner’s home at 123 Walter Street, Havana, Florida.