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I went out Christmas day and started my plow and blower tractors just to show them I hadn't forgotten them. They both said they were ready,the temp has been in the 30s and 40's so far this month. I hope we can sneak by another month with out snow and colder weather. My furnace loves this warmer temps.

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Levi, Im only a hour or two north of you and we got none till today, just a skiff...then it melted:( I work for a gas utility and our profit sharing is down:( turn those Thermostats Up...at least the water heaterssm01

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