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Old 01-22-2005, 11:57 PM
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20-30 inches!!!

God dam thats a lot of snow!!
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Man. I love my truck, but I can't even get to her right now. There are 5 foot drifts between me and my truck.
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Old 01-23-2005, 10:18 PM
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I know man, i looked out my door thismorning and all i could see was the outline of my truck under the near 2 feet of snow!
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It was a bear all night last night.......plowed most of the night........got home......the front door was buried.....a really dislike winter.........a summer guy though and though
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We only got 14 inchs here. still a lot though.
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Old 01-24-2005, 11:26 AM
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I was driving in it.

Drove from Raymond to Portsmouth at about 5:30-6PM. Did it in 2wd. Met up with friends and left the restauruan around 8pm and drove to there place down the streen in 2wd (playing all the way ). Left there house about 10:30PM and drove in 4wd down Rt 33 to Rt 101 and did 101 to Manchester in 4wd at about 35-40mph. got home at 1:30AM with no problems. I did pass about 14 state plow trucks all heading West as I was goinf east. I sware they know when I am driving and plow the other side of the road on purpose. At one point there was 5 trucks plowing in a row and a State Cop behind them with his lights on, and yes it was on the other side of the road.

To make matters worse my pass. caliper is loose and kept slightly bunding up the front break. I filled up in Manch. drove to Raymond and than to Portsmouth in 2wd and back to manch in 4wd and I think I have 1/8 tank of gas left from my 19gal tank.

I had fun tho.
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I was driving in it.

Drove from Raymond to Portsmouth at about 5:30-6PM. Did it in 2wd. Met up with friends and left the restauruan around 8pm and drove to there place down the streen in 2wd (playing all the way ).
I drive 101 from manch to hampton daily. Sucks in this weather, since my only option is 2wd, makes for a long commute.

I did see a silver 4wd ranger in the ditch yesterday on my way to work.
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