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    Winter Wonderland??

    Dealing with this snow is starting to get old.

    Quick shot before I started clearing things up. The snow stopped before noontime. About 12" down below and 30" at the top of the hill.

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    The wind is still howling and back filling the driveways. Will have to go out again to get things cleaned up.
    Last edited by Superglidesport; 02-15-2015 at 07:48 PM.
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    We've only had one decent storm so far this year. Tag me in, I'll throw some punches at old man winter.

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    This was my place this afternoon after I finished plowing:

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    And for comparison sake, last summer:

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimR View Post
    This was my place this afternoon after I finished plowing:

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    And for comparison sake, last summer:

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    Very nice place! Looks like you've got a few hundred feet of driveway to maintain. Just don't plow any snow into the street or else!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superglidesport View Post
    Dealing with this snow is starting to get old.

    Quick shot before I started clearing things up. The snow stopped before noontime. About 12" down below and 30" at the top of the hill.

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    The wind is still howling and back filling the driveways. Will have to go out again to get things cleaned up.
    HEY! THAT should have been MY SNOW! Skirted right around us and gifted you yet again! I got the consolation prize of 2 fluffy inches (seat time none the less!).
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    I glanced at a news article that said that many parts of MA had a record snowfall in the last month and that no one had seen so much snow in those areas before. I stopped reading that. Doesn't "a record monthly snowfall" describe something no one has seen before. Apparently, reporters run out of sensible things to write also, during record snowfalls.

    This year we haven't seen much snow here. the last I heard we were behind 11 inches. Last year it seemed like we got 2 inches about every other day. The 49 blower likes more snow than that. After the snows it would turn bitter cold.

    It has to start warming up pretty soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superglidesport View Post
    Dealing with this snow is starting to get old.

    Quick shot before I started clearing things up. The snow stopped before noontime. About 12" down below and 30" at the top of the hill.

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    The wind is still howling and back filling the driveways. Will have to go out again to get things cleaned up.
    What a great pic! Really shows what you are dealing with. I'm happy to know you have the proper equipment to handle it.
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    The wife and I were watching the weather channel yesterday and seen all of the snow was dumping on the folks up north and she said I could not handle that, We both agreed that it makes for great scenery but it would get old really quick having to deal with it on a regular basis. Stay safe in all of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superglidesport View Post
    Dealing with this snow is starting to get old.

    Quick shot before I started clearing things up. The snow stopped before noontime. About 12" down below and 30" at the top of the hill.

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    The wind is still howling and back filling the driveways. Will have to go out again to get things cleaned up.
    Thanks for giving me a bad case of snow envy!

    So where is the superglide? Been riding in the past few days?
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    I've been getting a lot of tractor leads from out east. It sounds nuts out there.
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