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Old 12-15-2007, 10:11 PM
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Both ends of Canada getting bad weather.

A major snowstorm expected for Central & Eastern Canada with more evacuations under way as B.C. ice jam gets worse.
Wonder what we`re getting for our Chrsitmas weather this years?
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Old 12-16-2007, 10:19 AM
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well on the bright side of things, at least there will be snow for Chrisitmas this year, last year all we had was mild weather and green grass. . .
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Old 12-16-2007, 01:51 PM
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Here in Sask I could really go for mild weather and green grass after blowing snow & freezing temps.
That`ll have to wait till spring I guess.
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Old 12-16-2007, 06:35 PM
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i'll take whatever we get. got my plow all ready for old man winter to give 'er!!
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Old 12-16-2007, 07:06 PM
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Careful, it maybe more than we want to see in one winter....
Actually I don`t mind the snow as long as the temps and windchill stay above -25 and no freezing rain.
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thats the way i feel. i can handle the snow, the cold/wind isn't so pleasant.
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I fear it might be a"tad" more then I had wanted. . . ;-) went out today. . . hell just pullin people out every were, It makes for great extra cash :-) Its seems people whom are in charge of snow removal will have there hands full for some time.

96sherm you put that plow yo use yet?
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sounds like you'se got 'er good. nope, we haven't had much for fresh snow, i moved a little old dust around but that was it.
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HA! You got ripped. I went out at 4AM Sunday morning and didn't get home until Monday at 2PM. Yep.....34 HOURS straight...with no sleep. Well, actually I slept in my church parking lot for 15 minutes. Man I was soooo tired. I beat my previous record from 2002 by 7 hours. WOW!

Going out again tonight to do some cleanups with my Dad and the skid steer.

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Oh ya....we had over 30 CM of the white stuff. Probably close to 35-40 CM by the time it was done in some of our lots!
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We don`t mind if that`s what you call getting ripped. My skid steer is quite happy to have the time off and I agree!
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sheep...i'll never try to break an "awake" record...i sleep every chance i get!! too much work makes a guy want to sleep at lunch time!!!
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We had snow at ocean level in West Vancouver this morning. Good thing I work at a ski hill, I dont mind driving in the snow
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