Originally Posted by Stillraining
Well consider yourself fortunate...for the last 2 years It hasn't really mattered when I get up...there is few if any Excavation jobs to do, or be had....no one in their right mind is buying
bus is starting to look good...
Good on Ya!
Not to change subjects here but I've always felt that if life gives you lemons, you make lemon-ade.. sounds corny but up until a couple years ago I was a special inspector for concrete and steel
.. when I was cut in work, decided to persue my hobby of photography
and opened a studio next to my wifes sewing shop..
We've always figured we'd toss it all up in the air and see what came down with a dollar attached..
As the sewing incresed, the photography
studio was made smaller until it was gone and we had a full blown canvas shop.. That was just over 1 year ago.. and we've made enough over that year to leave again.. the sale
of the business is just a bonus..
Just a note.. If I had the equeptment to do the type of work as you do, I'd find some way to put the equeptment on a barge and take advantage of the grants avalable to turn the business into a deralick recovery system.. Was just reading that the state of california
has dedicated a mass amount of money
to the cleanup of the waterways where boats have been dumped and abandon and now litter the sides of the rivers and sloughs.. anyone with the ability to clean up the mess is bound to make bucks.. BUT, you have to have the equeptment and the experance to run it...