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Moderator Denis


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Where is the snowblower?
Original Message   Mar 28, 2014 4:44 pm
In eastern Canada they had It strong...4 feet of snow in 24 hours UH!



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Paul7


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Re: Where is the snowblower?
Reply #1   Mar 30, 2014 12:04 am
Wow. I'd be afraid my roof would cave in with that much snow. Back in the mid 90's we had a blizzad that dropped 32 inches overnight on us in Pennsylvania. First and only time I had to clear snow that was higher than my snowblower. That machine didn't have drift cutters so my wife had to walk ahead of me to knock the snow down with a broom.
RedOctobyr


Location: Lowell area, MA
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Re: Where is the snowblower?
Reply #2   Mar 30, 2014 4:52 pm
WOW. The big storm came near us (in MA) the other day. It was still something like 150-200 miles out to sea, I think. As it was, the wind was still howling (north and west of Boston, where I am), and Cape Cod got quite a bit of snow.

If it had been closer to shore, or had gone right over us, it would have been a real mess.

But 4 feet in one day, wow. That would be an awful lot to deal with, beyond just the normal driveway concerns. Roof rakes for people who don't normally need them, etc.
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