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Boss Hog wrote:
Pushing snow is fun for the first few minutes, then it becomes work
not as much fun.
Age also affects how long it is fun.
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jrob69 wrote:While 75 and sunny sounds nice, I'd hate to miss all that seat time and my 54A blade would feel neglected. Besides the best part of pushing all that snow around is pilling your "alpaca clad sock feet" out of your "snowmobile boots" and doing this.
They is some warm now aren't they. Nice fireplace btw
Is that a gas insert/electric or is that real wood????
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Sure does look like fun pushing show....thanks for sharing!
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Warm feet and hands are key to comfort.... In felt lined boots all I wear are thin polyprop sock 'liners'.
For a blade extension, I think the idea of plastic would work too. Trouble with the 55 gallon drums is the curve, but gives you an idea what I am thinking.
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