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Old 02-09-2011, 04:24 PM   #11
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The driveway is gravel except for where the truck is parked, so it’s kind of hard to see. The small dark spots are some of the gravel showing through the snow. It’s also double wide except for the entrance.

I did shovel 6” snow out of the drive so I‘m guessing that‘s what we ended up getting today. Just glad that’s over. Time for a couple of Ibuprofen and a good soaking in a hot tub.
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Old 02-09-2011, 04:34 PM   #12
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The driveway is gravel except for where the truck is parked, so its kind of hard to see. The small dark spots are some of the gravel showing through the snow. Its also double wide except for the entrance.

I did shovel 6 snow out of the drive so Im guessing thats what we ended up getting today. Just glad thats over. Time for a couple of Ibuprofen and a good soaking in a hot tub.

hot tubs are nice after working in the snow i spent an hour raking the snow off my roof and im sore, gonna go out and do some more soon then soak in our hot tub

we got our hot tub in augist and its been a life saver!
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Old 02-09-2011, 04:44 PM   #13
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hot tubs are nice after working in the snow i spent an hour raking the snow off my roof and im sore, gonna go out and do some more soon then soak in our hot tub

we got our hot tub in augist and its been a life saver!
My bad. I should have said hot bathtub!

I wish I had a hot tub to get in.
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our house doesnt have a bathtub, and we found it was cheaper to get a good 2 person hot tub and put it on our long covered porch than it would to rebuild the bathroom with a tub. and we fell in love with the hot tub
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Old 02-10-2011, 06:08 AM   #15
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I know what snow we receive here isn't much compared to what our friends up north receive, but I wouldn't mind one of those. I could probably have my driveway and my road cleared in about 30 minutes! :rofl black:

Any idea of it's tow rating? I might get some winter camping in while I'm at it!!! :rofl black: :rofl black:

Gary, does it have a heated steering wheel....... No more snow for use for now, but the nights have been cold. We are going to see temps in the 50's by this week end and they are saying in the 60's by next week end....will see.
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Old 02-10-2011, 06:46 AM   #16
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Gary, does it have a heated steering wheel....... No more snow for use for now, but the nights have been cold. We are going to see temps in the 50's by this week end and they are saying in the 60's by next week end....will see.
Not sure about the heated steering wheel. Maybe heated seats and heated gas and brake pedals!!! That would be nice!

Glad you're not having to deal with the snow. What we have shouldn't last long last long. Temps are forecasted about like what you stated only they have predicted mid 60's by next Wed. I'm sure we'll have a cold spell or two, usually do in late March, but this will probably be the last of the winter weather for us.

I can start planning that camping trip for next month. I like to get out there when the crappie are spawning, usually about the third week in March.
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We are not getting the snow here, but it is bitter cold, went to the car this morning, and it's 4 degree's, before the wind chill. I cant wait till camping season.
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