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Old 01-14-2008, 08:28 AM
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Well my start date for work got pushed back because of today's storm. How's the snow for the rest of you guys? I live on the south eastern CT shoreline and its pretty much melting as fast as its falling now, hardly an inch on the ground. Happy shoveling!
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6" on the ground...wet and heavy...supposedly another 4" or so to come...fun...fun...fun!!!
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It is piling up here and a fine mess it is..After all the snow we have gotten this winter already people still drive like idiots
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I got in some nice 4wd all wheel slides on some corners if that lets you know.
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We got 10" of thick wet heavy stuff. Really fun to plow. What a day.
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It was tough to push...but...it did stack very nicely. We didn't get anything beyond the first 6"...I sent the rest to you guys in Central Massachusetts. You're welcome!!!
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We got 7 inches up here and 1/2 was wet and the other 1/2 was fluffy.. roads are glazed over and some people just have not learned how to drive in this stuff.
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I hope not in the Ranger!!! You've got way too many payments left to be messing up that beauty!!!
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We got 7 inches up here and 1/2 was wet and the other 1/2 was fluffy.. roads are glazed over and some people just have not learned how to drive in this stuff.
Any Explorers in the ditch???
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I wonder if BIG Don is still out plowing?
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None of mine today she got handcuffed to the refrig for the day..
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He's probably at home enjoying a nice anti pasta right now!!! Or...maybe the "Pet Store" had a problem with their computer system!!!
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Just think we have another Snowstorm at the end of the week to think about...
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Just think we have another Snowstorm at the end of the week to think about...
Well aren't we full of good news tonight!!!
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I hope not in the Ranger!!! You've got way too many payments left to be messing up that beauty!!!
Yep in the Ranger. waht can I say, I like playing in the snow.

Later in the day the Toyota plow truck was sliding sideways down the driveway. Thought I was going to smack a tree a few times and I had to use the gas peddle to stop the plow truck from sliding down the driveway. Gotta love worn all season tires on a plow truck.
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