Where are all the turkeys?
All that snow looks really "cool"....hee hee
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so bill how is that new mini van do in the snow.might just have to straight axle it.lolor ask don to ship ya out his wheeler.lmao.sorry had to.man that is alot of snow.
Thanks a lot GD, I got a snowball just for you! The mini van is very good in the snow. Maybe not as good as the Suburban but good enough.
PLEASE toss a snow ball my way,i will welcome it with an open shot.yep them minis do great in the snow.i want on for a family rig but my wife hates tthem.
WOW Hutch, looks like you guys got hammered. I love those weather guys that can't get it right. Instead of the 8" to 12" they predicted we got just about 4". The bad part is that it was very wet and heavy. Lots of trees down and treelimbs broken off everywhere. A lot of power lines down. As for the limbs breaking, the first 4 hours were the worst.
Let's see if my pics come out. This is from one maple tree in my back yard. I've been thinking of having it pruned way back. The job is half done now.
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snow snow stay away. lol. We had black ice on the roads in the morning about two, three days ago but no snow yet. I'm not ready for winter. I start missing Arizona about this time every year. With a bad back and knee I'm not too excited about snow. Putting on the snow tires tomorrow, oil and filter and Winter wiper change. Pulling the snowthrower and generator out and making sure they are ready to go at a moments notice.
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snow is coming back down 4-7 inches expected in northern colorado
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