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Old 03-09-2008, 09:46 PM
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Hey guys did everyone make it through the snow we got this past weekend? Everyone okay?

Just stayed at the house when I wasn't out in it. When I was out in it< I was trying to give some pointers to the fiancee about driving in the snow. She's from Florida and has never really got a good lesson for driving in the white stuff. Hopefully with what I have been showing her she won't be nervous and will know what to do if she happens to get in a situation the next time.
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Yeah, got the 01 out in it about 4am taking the wife to work. Drove like a dream!!
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Call me a wussie boy if you will, but Big Red just doesn't do well in heavy snow. Light stuff, no problem, but I didn't have anyone willing to help toss a few cinderblocks in the bed (I can't lift over 25 lbs., doctor's orders).

We do have a Dodge Grand Caravan and it did fine in the snow. I sometimes wish I'd bought the AWD model when I have to take it to the farm, but for the most part, FWD works just fine.
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