The guy at the rental store very handily stowed it in that somewhat open
area that euphemistically passes as a backseat - top down, of course. It was
another matter entirely for me to remove it from that position once I got it
home. Managed to rope in an innocent passer-by to assist. Sometimes being a
single woman has its disadvantages.........but not very often.
Why are you removing sod? I've learned to solarize and rake of
burned leaf material and keep the root mat when converting a yard to a
Acts of creation are ordinarily reserved for gods and poets. To plant a pine,
one need only own a shovel.
-- Aldo Leopold
I normally would. Time factor. The customer wants this done in 2 weeks
before the annual home tour. If I known her before she contracted me, I
would have had her not water for several months and I would solarize and
torch burn the top layer of turf. I kinda lucked out on this. She
contracted me Thursday and the next customer on Friday contracted me to
construct a rain garden for them and they needed a lot of sod. I'll pull
this sod up and transport a few miles and relay it.
Tom Jaszewski wrote:
Celestial Habitats by J. Kolenovsky
2003 Honorable Mention Award, Keep Houston Beautiful
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