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I don't even bother blowing that little bit of snow, just not worth the fuel in my book. Now we are expecting 3-4" overnight and I will probably have to blow tomorrow. I will make that decision tomorrow morning when I use the tractor and snow blower to take out the trash. The Block heater will have been on for two hours by the 08:30 time to go out to the road so the cab will heat up quick. When I do blow, it takes anywhere from 90 minutes to over 3 hours depending on the snow.
Sounds kinda complicated for an old dog new tricks🤷‍♂️

So you say don’t waste fuel on training my wife but it ok to waste fuel to take out trash?? At this point I’m not to concerned about fuel consumption just want to be ready for when the snow comes! And those 90 minutes to 3 hours sounds like Good Times to me👍👍 Keep an eye on that fuel gauge though🤣😂
I was wondering the same thing, take out the trash with a tractor but don't clean your driveway?
 

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I've trained my wife to work with the tractor. She can lift me up and down while I'm in the man cage, and I 'let her pull the bucket pins or 3 point latch so I don't have to leave the seat. Other than that, she can use her Gator or walk. She needs to lose weight anyway.
you can always get her a heavier vacuum.
 

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She never looks at the site, but she does have a great sense of humor. :rolleyes: She has to. We've been married for 47 years.

I told her I might let her wash the tractor tomorrow after we get back from Tractor Supply.
my wife has a great sense of humor also. When we are in the cleaning stuff aisle at the grocery store if there are other ladies in the aisle I will tell my wife "as long as your birthday is coming up why don't you pick out a new mop" I do get some looks from the other ladies
 
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