Glancing at his watch, Bud said, “Well, dinner’s not for another hour…do you have time now?” “I have time now. Let me grab my tape measure and we’ll get some numbers, then we’ll sit down with the sketchpad.”
“It’s a deal.” Bud stuck out his hand. “Thanks.” “Sure.” They shook hands. Just then, a car pulled up to the curb and Scott’s teen-aged son, Adam, stepped out. “Thanks for the ride, Mrs. Haynes,” he called back over his shoulder as he walked up the driveway with his spiked track shoes slung over his shoulder. “Hey Dad,” he said to Scott, “do you want me to aerate the yard today, or should I put my spikes up?” Bud looked back and forth between Scott and Adam with a look of disbelief. “What do track spikes have to do with aerating your yard?” With a smile, Scott replied, “You may as well sit down. You’ve got a lot to learn about lawn care.”
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