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Old 01-03-2014, 06:36 AM
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4.5" of snow on the ground today, impressive when we were told 1"
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Hey, they are still saying we only have 3" here. I measured 4.5" on my deck handrail
I live near where 97 and 32 come together, not that far from you
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Yeah we have about 5", measured, but it is hard to really tell because it is blowing like crazy. Happy to say the 6.7 started right up.
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I live kind of in a valley, I can tell the wind is blowing, but it's not so bad here just yet

I haven't tried to start anything yet, was waiting for the sun to warm everything up a bit
I do have the skid loader plugged in, so it should fire right up
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