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Old 04-01-2009, 12:16 PM
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Well, how did you all like the snow?

We here in Glace Bay,NS. got some were around 30 to 35 cm. of snow. Had a great time plowing.
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here in new glasgow we got maybe 10 cm,just enough to make a mess and plowing was a pain,soon as you drop the blade you were in the mud.gotta love a nova scotia winter,just when you think its over,the sky takes another crap on your lawn.
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Old 04-02-2009, 07:18 PM
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I don't like the stuff at all. This hasn't been my winter. The snow blower is eating belts (last year for this unit, for next winter the motor will be on a new blower chassis) Let
s see while plowing the last of the driveway the steering linkage fell off the little tractor. Worn ball joint , gave it a temporary fix and finished the job. Don't want to see any more of the dirty crud, enough down now.

Love NS winter, hah! you're kidding Right!

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We got MAYBE 2cm. but it was gone by noon. been rain ever since down this end of the province
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