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Old 02-09-2005, 08:38 PM
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Monster Jam

My kids really want to go so I guess I'm going. Is anyone else planning on attending? If so it could be some sort of unofficial get together.
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I will be flying back in on that Saturday, so I won't make this one.
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Hey Dave, How is sunny CA going? You got out just in time for our latest snowstorm. I got around 6" of the stuff Sunday night. Lots of fun.
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I've been in town this week - got to come home just in time to use the new snowblower I bought at the beginning of the year. I had about the same amount in West Jordan.

I bought a 2 stage thinking I would get some use out of it - thinking the winter would be like last year. That's what I get for thinking....
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These types of winter are great. Lots of snow in the mountains but fairly light in the valley. I don't mind driving in snow but the drivers around here have sure gotten terrible over the years, THEY are the ones that make snow driving dangerous.

Used to be we would get a whole lot of snow in the valley. I remember having snow piled up 5-6 feet on the sides of the driveway and 12-18 inch storms were pretty normal. I think I've used my 2 stage snowblower about 6 times over the past 5-6 years. The last "real" winter (like the old days) was back in about 91' when it seemed like I shoveled, pushed or blew snow everyday.

Oh, on topic (sorry) I don't even know what monster jam is (must be the age showing)
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