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Vermont Wood Pellets factory tour is ON

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by rparker, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. Centurion

    Centurion Member

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    I sure hope this is a go. My 2 friends will be here in 15 mins and then we will be heading up there. Parker indicated that he was going to confirm but nothing from him yet. Guess we'll just hope for the best.

    John

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  2. rparker

    rparker Burning Hunk

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    See you there
  3. briansol

    briansol Minister of Fire

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    I'm glad we didn't go.... just got in from a hike with the lady in the snow and the ride home was pretty slippery. Had to hit 4wd to get up my driveway.

    I'm down for a spring run.
  4. iron stove

    iron stove Feeling the Heat

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    Brian, 8" and starting to wind down. I had a buddy stuck in the I-84 fiasco coming back from Maine. He was facebooking the ordeal.
  5. briansol

    briansol Minister of Fire

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    Looks like i topped out around 6" here on the bristol/burlington line. But it was that big flakey icey snow that's light as a feather but on contact becomes a slip and slide. It's not always the size. :D
  6. rparker

    rparker Burning Hunk

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    Still snowing here. We have 10-12 so far and ice underneath. Those that didn't get here probably made the right decision. Roads were passable but only if you doubled travel time.
  7. iron stove

    iron stove Feeling the Heat

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    Finall total, 10" ! Yes, was a smart decision for us down here. Took my buddy doudle time to get through and home in Bristol area. They had multiple tractor trailer jacknife and stuck all over the highways here. For soem reason, truck always get stuck in CT. Its become common practice to issue truck bans when we get over a foot of snow.

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