Eviction, LOL. Where are you, on that map? I`m in central Ohio. Calling for rain/snow mix here. Scott
Southeastern NH. Manchester , Portsmouth area on the map.
Damn. Buckle in Brother. Great site, as always
Won't happen. Put the plow on the truck, changed the fuel and oil in the snow blower, put the plow on the truck at the shop, found the snow blower there, got out shovels, boots, gloves and my Mad Bomber hat. 45Bpcr
Murphy's Rule---If the snowblower is ready before the storm, light snow. LOL
What brand blower is that, Irish?My electric "SnowJoe" needs replacing. I'm looking at either a new 24" Ariens or a two-year old 24" Honda for $200 less than the new Ariens.
Late 90s early 2000 Simplicity 1732. Runs like a champ !! If you get one spend the some extra money for a better model. They last a long time.
That's why I'm leaning towards the used, two-year old Honda.My Honda generator is going on 14 years old, and it runs like new.
Here in MN, we went from zero snow on Monday, to white Thanksgiving, to I'll shovel when it stops snowing. It keeps sleeting on and off too.
Here in Rapid City, SD it's still snowing & blowing. I won't bother digging out 'til tomorrow. We've had abt 12" already, with more expected into tonite. I feel for the poor schmucks out on the "flatlands" to the east and north of us.
ya'll getting the one that blew threw denver and nebraska with a vengeance. got my 18" of snow. ye old crapman chineseium snow choker is in fine tune now that the snow moved east. you all be welcome to it.
Hope you don't need to chain up that thing to get through all the snow and ice. :-)
72 today in w Texas although a bit windy for my tastes...yawn. Sky was as blue as it was in CO.
Getting ice in North Central PA. Would rather have a foot of snow
The storm on Monday of last week dropped somewhere in the vicinity of 20 inches here in Fort Collins, Colorado. Fortunately I have a compact tractor (not a lawn tractor) with a snow plow blade. I still spent a couple of hours clearing my driveway and one of the neighbors. By Wednesday morning the roads were clear enough that I could drive to Denver International Airport to pick up my son coming home from College. It took significantly longer than normal though. Now I gotta take him back in a few hours.
We got 22" here on the West side of FoCo. Really caught me by surprise!
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