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Anybody else got a big driveway and got to plow out. John Deere with a plow is what I use,best thing for driveways. Just plowed out in the pouring rain. I got to get a cab for that. Why does it always snow then rain on the right coast?
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Not a huge driveway, but plenty of area to push snow around. Dad got me up the other morning ( around 4 ) and asked if i wanted to hop in the bob cat and push some snow so he could get out of the driveway for work. I love driving that thing so, you better believe i was out there. No cab though, its all open. which means the warmest cloths, especially for my area, its been -10 or better these last 2 weeks.
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Moving snow sucks. I need to get off my lazy ass and get the snow blower out right now. Thanks for the reminder (I think).
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we hall have 4wd's at my house so we never have to plow out. the most snow we've ever gotten since I've lived here is 22in, and, 95% of the time we never get over 5in of snow. never had a problem getting out.
used to have a plow for our old mower... never got used in +/-10 years.
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