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    hell has frozen over

    I live in middle of AZ. We got a blizzard here today. Over a foot a snow and strong winds. I got the tractor out and pushed it out of the way. I also made a path down the road cause we ain't got no plow service. You folks east and north get ready it is heading your way. Can't wait for next week when it will be 50's again

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    Good grief! I don't think I have had one foot in a day here in Ohio all winter so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff B View Post
    Good grief! I don't think I have had one foot in a day here in Ohio all winter so far.
    Same here ,, most we've had is maybe 5" , seen 6-8" yesterday about 15 miles away from our place.
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    I have lived here in AZ for 17 years. This is almost more snow than all those years combined. Everything was pretty much closed today i think.
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    I'm betting there were a lot of jealous eye's cast on you and your Deere while you were out cleaning up.
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    Well you know what they say.......... " Misery loves company". This ^^^^^ is how we run, 5 months of the year, up here in the northland. Have fun.
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    if we got 6 inches of snow today and 6 inches of snow tomorrow we still just call it 6 inches of snow.

    Pretty lucky to have that loader.
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    It took me 3hrs last night to clear 1,300ft of driveway and the area by the in the picture below. The Nissan Xterra was dragging center in the snow coming down the drive. She is listed with 9.1 inches of clearance. My Mini with three would not have done too well.

    The new edge tamers are awesome. Today it hit 50 and that 1/4 of an inch left behind all melted right off.

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    For a area not used to getting snow that is a ton of snow! Not having the ground froze and having to plow snow makes it harder to do. Heck you don't get to practice all winter to find all the short cuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeagerHair View Post
    It took me 3hrs last night to clear 1,300ft of driveway and the area by the in the picture below. The Nissan Xterra was dragging center in the snow coming down the drive. She is listed with 9.1 inches of clearance. My Mini with three would not have done too well.

    The new edge tamers are awesome. Today it hit 50 and that 1/4 of an inch left behind all melted right off.

    That's a long removal job! Is your camera off a little or is the building a hurting unit! It appears a foot of snow may cause some grief for the building too.... I can only wish for 50 degrees! I did the opposite of Frank and relied on the weather guessers and didn't clear the drive, now it's frozen solid,,, Can't win sometimes.
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