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Hi, new to the group and my favorite winter hobby is moving snow. Some folks enjoy snowmobiling..... I enjoy Deere Blowmobiling :cool: :plowsnow: Hope there's a few more women folk here :cool:
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I call it “snowscaping”!
 

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Another cheater with a cab! :laugh:

Welcome aboard!

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Welcome...... Canada must comply with a couple storms dropping tons of white powder. I enjoy moving the snow also. I leave the hard cab doors off to be part of the chill that keeps one moving. I sold the snow blower and use a front end loader / back blade combination to s t r e t c h the job in the yard and 300' plus drive. I purchased a cab heater but have not installed it. I am halfway between open air and hiding behind a large wind shield. Summer months are for cutting 6+ acres of lawn and building the attachments needed. So far a loader, bucket, leaf vacuum, front blade ( sold ), weight box, and the enclosed steel cab.
Have fun. Keep your " Canadian Clippers " from dropping the midwest winter temperatures.
 

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:laugh::wgtt: From The Pacific NW - Oregon!

We have a number of female members that make an excellent contribution, sometimes better than many of us men.
 

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Welcome...... Canada must comply with a couple storms dropping tons of white powder. I enjoy moving the snow also. I leave the hard cab doors off to be part of the chill that keeps one moving. I sold the snow blower and use a front end loader / back blade combination to s t r e t c h the job in the yard and 300' plus drive. I purchased a cab heater but have not installed it. I am halfway between open air and hiding behind a large wind shield. Summer months are for cutting 6+ acres of lawn and building the attachments needed. So far a loader, bucket, leaf vacuum, front blade ( sold ), weight box, and the enclosed steel cab.
Have fun. Keep your " Canadian Clippers " from dropping the midwest winter temperatures.
HA! The blessed clipper! Keeps us tough and sharp... I think....
 

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:wgtt: nice snowblowmobile
 

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Welcome from Preston County, West Virginia

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Great looking rig! I believe a front blower and rear blade is an ideal setup and use the same. Of course, the cab is a real treat in the winter.

Welcome, you'll find great folks here.
 

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Welcome from Central Florida. Nice setup you have there but I wouldn't have much use for it!:good2:
 

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Welcome from WNY.:good2:

What part of Ontario,it's a big Province.:munch:
 
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