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MN_Runner


Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
Joined: Dec 5, 2010
Points: 622

Hello Winter 2013-2014
Original Message   Aug 9, 2013 8:54 pm
We just entered August but the weather feels like we are in the middle of September already in MN. I am not sure what kind of winter we will have but hopefully it will be shorter than 2012-2013 season. I hope I am mowing in November and grilling outside. I am ready as you all are too.
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MN_Runner


Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
Joined: Dec 5, 2010
Points: 622

Re: Hello Winter 2013-2014
Reply #23   Nov 22, 2013 10:52 pm
Dr_Woof wrote:
Winter came here last night.  First snowblowing with the Honda.  Lotsa highways closed or not recommended for travel.  But it was a nice morning to blow snow here.

Do you have ample supply of beer?  You ran out last year so it would be really bad if you repeat the mistake again.
aa335


Joined: Nov 29, 2008
Points: 2434

Re: Hello Winter 2013-2014
Reply #24   Nov 25, 2013 3:56 pm
Snow is here now.  Time to put away the lawn mower and stock up on winter gas.

It's also time to change the air in my tires to winter air.  :)
royster


" It is the use of power tools that separates man from animals"

Location: New Brunswick, Canada
Joined: Feb 11, 2011
Points: 284

Re: Hello Winter 2013-2014
Reply #25   Mar 18, 2014 1:51 pm
This has been one of the longest winters in New Brunswick , Canada Starting in early December with very cold temperatures -20 C Then the snow began with storms of 12 inches or more in Dec, Jan , Feb and now March So far, I have used my Husqvarna 27 inch, 1450 Briggs , Hydro Gear Hydrostatic, snowblower 18 times and most of those times were major storms, drifting snow, 3-4 feet at the end of driveway. The snowblower has worked perfectly , but I am glad that most of our storms are over, I hope Royster

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