I'd rather have the snow. At least then I could have some tractor seat time!
Fri Dec 24, 2004 1:48 pm
Merry Christmas! From the look of that no wonder your electric went out the other night. You are lucky to have it back.
Fri Dec 24, 2004 2:15 pm
Wow! You're right, snow would be much more fun. It was 50 degrees here in Franklin, Maine yesterday. We got over an inch of rain last night with wind gusting over 50 mph. I've still got green grass on my lawn! The Cub is sitting in the garage with the plow on and has yet to plow any snow at all. And everyone thinks Maine is in the Arctic Circle. But we are supposed to be back to 5 degrees tonight and with any luck 3-4" of the white stuff Sunday, so maybe....
Merry Christmas, BigDog! My 4 year old wants our Cub lit up like your lawn ornament next year!
Fri Dec 24, 2004 3:58 pm
In February, 1994, North Mississippi and West Tennessee were hit with a huge ice storm. My folks were without electricity for 3 weeks My dad heated bath water with his fish fryer. No gas was pumped for over a week....everything was basically shut down.
Fri Dec 24, 2004 8:17 pm
That's enough ice to sink the Titanic!
Sun Dec 26, 2004 8:06 pm
I have found from having to work in that type scenery, the best way
to plough that is with the back at about a 15 degree angle and the
feet and legs horozontial with a good piece of Holiday cake and a
good hot cup of coffee sitting on the end table in front of some type
of heating device.
Sun Dec 26, 2004 11:18 pm
This is what my granma used to call sligice
You don't need snow or any other excuse to get some seat time..just do it Those Cubs need to be run....
You will have some opportunities to push the snow around soon
I used a small 2' ladder to climb up on the hi clear yesterday...(can't get up without it with the broken arm). Just drove around for about 30 minutes
Mon Dec 27, 2004 9:37 am
Why would you want to plow it? The good Lord put it there, and who are you to second guess him?