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Old 12-20-2009, 10:44 AM   #1
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Snowy Sunline Vol. 2

We ended up getting 22" of the white stuff... It snowed for just over 24hrs. Just as the snow was stopping, we got wind.

We noticed that the awning is/was sagging a bit in the middle... Almost needed snowshoes, to get it fixed....



Notice Kitty's gang plank...











Here's a better shot, of the walkway to the door....





The wheels on the bus aren't going anywhere now!!!


Kitty was pointing out the ledge of snow on the roof. I think we need an avalanche warning!
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Old 12-20-2009, 11:37 AM   #2
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WOW.... Well I see the blue sky has returned... but...

That is one pile of white stuff!!!
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OMG, I feel for you, I really do. Usually it is US that gets all that stuff. So good to share it with you, lololol.
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So what happened to the 299SR and 17 1/2' SB? Did they both end up getting swallowed up by the snow? Hopefully the 299SR continued to fair out the storm.

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So what happened to the 299SR and 17 1/2' SB? Did they both end up getting swallowed up by the snow? Hopefully the 299SR continued to fair out the storm.

Jon
The 299SR is still standing! Even with 10 broken roof trusses. There's just too much snow out there, to be able to do anything with it.


The 17 1/2SB Is also standing up to the snow..

Too many projects and not enough good weather!
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Old 12-21-2009, 10:54 AM   #6
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You know that those Sunlines have wheels on them dont ya!!

The reason they're built with them is so when the snow flies up north, you head south!!

That's a lot of snow, be careful driving
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Pat,

You don't know how much I want to escape "winter & this white crap". But unfortunately, we both have to work. I sure wish we could retire and hit the road.

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Ron and Alice,
I would think that the pictures are proof enough that you Canucks don't have monopoly on the white fluffy stuff.
Just to back it up even more, the statistics show that here in SE Michigan we had over 80 inches (2 meters) of snow fall last winter.
Never more than about a quarter of that on the ground at any one time, except where it drifted, but it made the old snow blower earn its keep.
Hope you have a safe trip south and a Merry Christmas to all!
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