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Old 02-11-2010, 08:09 PM   #61
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Kitty won't be the one doing it... Yours truly, will be the one doing snow removal...

That is, if I can get enough time off-work...
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I do not honestly remember how I left the jack. I know I stopped at level so it could have been left in that position. Jon, I still owe you pictures of the inside of Pigpen. I will get those to you soon. I finally broke down and got a new computer in the basement. Now I can sneak down here and read post. "Honestly Sue, I'm down here working"
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Old 02-11-2010, 08:51 PM   #63
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Jon, I still owe you pictures of the inside of Pigpen. I will get those to you soon.
So what condition was the inside without the pegboard?

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I finally broke down and got a new computer in the basement. Now I can sneak down here and read post. "Honestly Sue, I'm down here working"
Sweet! We've missed you around here!
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I heard on the radio today that 49 states currently have snow, Hawaii being the only one without. Also, the Washington DC area has had the most snow so far this year and most of the snowfalls have been in the south.
We still have March (Blizzard of '88 which dropped up to 50" of the white stuff in the northeast was March 11-14th 188 which can be a good month for big snows.
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Well guess what. It is snowing here in Central Ohio, again...

Depending on what TV station one wants to listen to it is 6 to 9 or 8 to 12"

This is getting old...

I'll let you know later how we faired.
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Started to snow here AGAIN at around 10am. Saying maybe 5 inches, ENUFF ALREADY, we have no more places to push/pile this crap. Have heard (unofficially) that school will be closed tomorrow also. I haven't dug my bus out yet, since the irst round of snow. Once I do, don't know where I will park it so that I have access to the small main road, as every place is full of piled snow.

COME on SPRING

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Officially, we have blown away the past season record of 62.5 inches at BWI airport with a current count of approx. 80 inches. The other day one of our local TV weather casters stated that topping 100 inches isn't out of the realm of posssibility! The new TV should be here any day





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Any one want free snow? You can have it. All of it. Did I mention it’s free!

We got 10 to 12 more inches by tonight… Schools closed today and already canceled for Wednesday…

The news caster on the radio said today we are close to breaking a record for the most snow in this area since 1910. Heck we might just make it yet…. And we have more snow then Cleveland on the lake? What’s up with that???

At this rate we are at least out into late March before we have a hint of being able to get out camping…. The last 20 some inches only sank down about to 16 to 18" as it never warmed up above freezing yet... and we get this piled on top.

Sure glad I brought the tractor with me from back home as I would still be shoveling from the last snow. My neighbor looked like the abominable snow man snow blowing his drive way this morning. Thank goodness for 4 wheel drive I could wait until tonight to deal with this mess. Is it spring yet???

Did I mention the snow if FREE, just come and get it. Can’t pass up a free deal can ya!





Yes there is a camper in there. Good thing I have the tongue jack cranked up way high on a 6” wood block too.


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The FREE snow sale will be on for the next month, may be more, so don’t wait and miss out. Come get it now…..
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Did I mention the snow if FREE, just come and get it. Can’t pass up a free deal can ya!

The FREE snow sale will be on for the next month, may be more, so don’t wait and miss out. Come get it now…..
I'll take some if you can come deliver it to tropical Michigan! We got a total of about a half inch between last night and today.
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Did I mention the snow if FREE, just come and get it. Can’t pass up a free deal can ya!

The FREE snow sale will be on for the next month, may be more, so don’t wait and miss out. Come get it now…..
I'll take some if you can come deliver it to tropical Michigan! We got a total of about a half inch between last night and today.
The snow is FREE, delivery is extra (aka, not free). Have to read the fine print, it is sort of like dry weights and tow rating……

If you would like to place an order, please call 1-800-ACME-SNOW Transport now. Our Road Runner service has speedy delivery It even comes complete with a Wild Coyote truck driver.
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Old 02-17-2010, 08:43 PM   #71
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I heard a rumor they could use some in Vancouver, BC

All we have had in RI in the last week or so is a few inches of the heavy wet stuff.

Hang in there, Spring is comming ...... sometime!
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Here it comes again. Just spent 3 hours clearing last nights snow, and they are calling for 12"-24" tomorrow into Friday. Well I said before you could send some snow our way, and I've been paying for it the last 2 weeks. Don't like the real heavy snow like we got last night, lost a few trees.
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You got snow up there last night? I guess it's your turn. We're ONLY supposed to get a foot tomorrow. They keep changing the amount so I guess there's hope they'll be wrong and we'll get none like last week!
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ENOUGH SNOW ALREADY!!!!!!!!!! this is really wrecking my work schedule I just got caught up last thursday from the storm two weeks ago now here we go again I am soon going to mount skis on the sunline and make it a big inclosed sled
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We are glad to spread the wealth around

The good news is you lucked out of what we had hear last week. And now each night we get about and 1 inch at night and during the day it melts off. Suppose to do that all the way until Saturday.

What we had has compressed some as some had melted. Still maybe 1 foot left. I dug out Sunny in case luck would come my way and I can pull it out to do some winter tinkering on it on a weekend.

And 2 days ago after work I was out shoveling the snow bank back onto the driveway… Cindy says, What in the world are you doing??? Well Dear I have 2 choices, I can shovel the stones back on the driveway now or wait till spring and rake the millions of them… . What a week difference can do. Last week I had to plow to even get out the driveway and now I’m shoveling the snow bank and stones back on the drive way…. .

Oh the joys of having a crushed stone driveway…..And 2 years ago dropping 13 tons more on it when Sunny 2 came along…. Ah yup, they was ripe for da picking… .

I think it is safe to say the east coast has had enough of winter this year…
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