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    Now this is a snow storm!!!!!

    I am glad I do not live in this area. FG, does this look anything like the weather you had recently???



    Actually, it is in Newfoundland. They can keep it.

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    We get ice in Texas, more than snow. But I don't want either! I've closed the gate at the Red River, so am hoping to keep the wicked winter weather contained up north. My luck, the fence will need repairing, but at least I am trying!
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    I don't understand that. A friend lived in Alaska, and he said they just kept packing the snow down and driving on it, and by spring it was 10' deep or some crazy amount. Using a loader to clear a path like in the video just looks like it would take you until spring to clear one section.
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    I would think using a industrial sized snowblower would make that an easier job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RLTherio View Post
    I would think using a industrial sized snowblower would make that an easier job.
    Maybe he's looking for it!?
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    Probably looking for his car so he can get to work to get that snowblower
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    That isn't deep. Here ya go....
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