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Thread Admin: darmyman (38-0-0) (Last 10 Posts) Posted: 03/13/2006 at 09:34:18
Total Posts: 56
Thread Title: "12 inches and counting"
(no avatar) Well guys, spring was here on Saturday as it was into the 50's. Today we've gotten a bit over a foot of snow and its supposed to quit at 18 inches. So much for spring.
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Thread Admin: darmyman(38-0-0) Post#1 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 10:11:03
(no avatar) The only hunting I will be doing is for the garage and snowblower.

Seller: tomon(36-0-0) Post#2 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 10:25:36
tomon Remember what happened the last time you went for the snowblower!!

Former Seller: Kan Do Arms(68-0-0) Post#3 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 11:15:17
(no avatar) DARMYMAN THINGS HAPPEN WHEN YOU GET ON SNOW AND ICE. YOU ARE SUPPOSE TO CONTROL THAT BLOWER, DON'T LET IT CONTROL YOU THIS TIME. I THOUGHT ABOUT SAYING A SHOVEL MIGHT BE BETTER BUT AS YOU KNOW IT TAKES 3 PEOPLE TO OPPERATE THAT DRAGLINE. WELL ANYWAY WATCH OUT FOR THE FALLING SNOW FLKES. I HEAR THEY ARE VERY DANGEROUS, WHEN IT TAKES A MILLION CRYSTOLS TO MAKE A FLAKE. KELLY

Thread Admin: darmyman(38-0-0) Post#4 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 12:17:34
(no avatar) I bought an electric starter for the blower so hopefully that will save the back this time. Just waiting for it to stop snowing. Up to just about 18 inches so far. They closed the highways and pulled in the plows. But by Burban went through it like a knife though butter when I went and checked on my mom and dad.

Thread Admin: darmyman(38-0-0) Post#5 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 13:49:01
(no avatar) Spring in Wisconsin.

Just shy of 20 inches. I need a bigger snowblower

Former Seller: stude51(0-0-0) Post#6 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 16:02:15
(no avatar) Been beeeaaauuutiful here,in the 70s everyday now for a week,all that it means is we are going to get a foot of snow about the first of april,happens every year,just get used to no longhandles and the temp drops for about 2 weeks and everyone gets sick,oh well.stude51

Former Seller: c3shooter(22-0-0) Post#7 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 17:23:22
c3shooter Well, 82 this afternoon- really hot getting the potatos, greenpeas, and onions in the garden. And what is a snowblower ????(GRIN)

Former Seller: stude51(0-0-0) Post#8 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 17:29:28
(no avatar) c3-I don,t know what it is either but all the people in the north seem to have em,maybe we need to get one?I ain,t figgered out why they want to blow on it,must be a northern thing,like fishing on hard water with a funny little fishpole.LOLstude51

Former Seller: axolotl(39-0-0) Post#9 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 18:50:51
axolotl We`ve had a tough winter here too. Must have been at least 15-20 days below 70. axolotl

Thread Admin: darmyman(38-0-0) Post#10 - Posted: 03/13/2006 at 18:57:47
(no avatar) Well just got in from blowing on my snow Stude. Hope everyone is having a good time with their temp comments. I did the same thing last year to my brother before I moved back here. Now he has the last laugh by calling me this morning at 7:00 and asked if I had the shoveling done yet and then told me I would probably have to do it again tonight. Thank God for snowblowers.

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