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    Owner is happy and relieved I guess?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBBob View Post
    Owner is happy and relieved I guess?

    Yeh all good.
    Ol mate was there today but no dramas or awkwardness, which was good.
    They want me back to do a path coming off this area and also a bit down the side of the house.

    Not looking forward to that one.
    Hand excavation to be done, and the gap is about 800mm wide between house and fence.
    In the sun all day and no breeze.

    *sigh*

    Can't afford to pass on it though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PlatypusGardens View Post
    Yeh all good.
    Ol mate was there today but no dramas or awkwardness, which was good.
    They want me back to do a path coming off this area and also a bit down the side of the house.

    Not looking forward to that one.
    Hand excavation to be done, and the gap is about 800mm wide between house and fence.
    In the sun all day and no breeze.

    *sigh*

    Can't afford to pass on it though.


    Can't hire a Dingo for a few hours? If nothing else they're fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBBob View Post
    Can't hire a Dingo for a few hours? If nothing else they're fun!
    800mm gap....won't fit.

    There's an aircon at the entry side which pokes out a fair bit, even if there is an 800mm wide Dingo I woldn't get it in...




    Plus.....rendered wall one side, crappy pine fence on the other
    I'd do more damage than good

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    Ok, yeah I think you can get little ones just under 900mm... but a bit tight.

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    Include desmatling and rebuilding the fence in the quote
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    it advances one funeral at the time.
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    Those pavers on sand remind me of my back area. I hate my pavers. When I first bought the house I thought the pavers were a bit dirty so I fired up the Karcher... now I have very uneven pavers, weeds growing through them and a weird spot where the water ponds. The Karcher blew the sand right out!?

    I've never had that happen before, but I've only ever lived in one place with pavers before this place...

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