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I just noticed that Bosshard's phone number accidentally made it's way into the photograph! LOL
Kevin, I plan for Wisconsin weather and snow-cover giving at least ½ hour per monument to be placed or located. The ones deeper in the woods get between 1 to 2 hours per corner. It takes so much longer to do things with more than a 12 inches of snow on the ground. Forget about driving where you could normally navigate with a 4 wheel drive truck; forget about a day without taking your gloves on and off nearly 50 times for some reason; forget about walking quickly, especially in snowshoes; and finally, forget about it all, because at least you aren't unemployed during the winter! These are not happy financial times for anyone. I would camp overnight in the snow-covered hills if it meant that I had a job in the morning. :)
WHERE IS THE YOUR GENERATOR AND CHIPPING HAMMER??????
nice worktruck bosshard!
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