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Taking advantage of the mild winter weather!

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by ScotO, Jan 8, 2012.

  1. ScotO

    ScotO Guest

    how 'bout it Dennis! I' m still stuck working on this living room remodel.......but still doing some side jobs cutting trees when she ain't lookin and I can sneak out! ;-P

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  2. MasterMech

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    I keep fixin' and building snowblowers. Sold a couple but no real traffic this season. Have 3 tractors with snowblower attachments right now. I think I scared Old Man Winter away....
  3. snowleopard

    snowleopard Minister of Fire

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    I don't care who's responsible for this crazy weather--thank you!!
    It's up to a balmy zero today--had to look twice at that reading--it had been scheduled to plummet to -40F.

    I am going to take advantage of this by breathing as I walk to the garage this morning. I will also leave off a couple of layers of outer gear in celebration. Woot!
  4. jeff_t

    jeff_t Minister of Fire

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    Love to see zero for a few days, anyway. Got wood to cut, but I can't get to it. Maybe could have gotten some today if I was out at the crack o' dawn, before the sun made it too muddy. Just think, in the summer I was cutting the same place at sunrise, for it got too hot. Same thing in january >:-(
  5. ScotO

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    I, for one, will nee highly disappointed if we don't get at least 1 snowstorm this winter.....and a couple of really really cold weeks here.soon because its almost maple syrup season and if it don't chill off soon thats gonna ruin it......
  6. snowleopard

    snowleopard Minister of Fire

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    Will trade some of this cold for one of MasterMech's snowblowers. Figure out the details and get back to me. Willing to be very generous in terms . . .
  7. Flatbedford

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    It was my brother in law's fault. He bought a nice old IH Cub Cadet tractor with a snow blade last month. A friend of mine also got a tractor with a blade for Christmas.
  8. MasterMech

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    SOLD! I'm the kind of guy who'd ship the tractor up there and fly up to go play..... Cold/snow has never bothered me.
  9. snowleopard

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    It's a done deal. Unfortunately for negotiating purposes, the temperatures are up to a balmy, barefooting-it 10 ABOVE zero, but I can make it up to you in snow---there must be about 18" of powder out there, with a nice pack underneath it. It's all yours . . . Request that you take delivery asap. Can't deliver, but will help load.

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