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I cant believe we dont have more "action" pics yet....The radio and papers are full of this storm, some dead, without power. How bout an update......heck, maybe you guys are without power???????/

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Kent
I have power, plus about 10" of snow, and probably 30MPH winds. I've used the snowblower twice, about 3PM and again just now, trying to stay up with what the plows are pushing off the streets. This is heavy stuff, but no clogs yet.... The wind is a pain in the behind though, since you have to blow it downwind, then back up and take another pass.... May get some pics in the morning.

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thedaddycat
We had a dusting this morning, then a lot of rain, then some wind, now at last, at ten o'clock at night we get........ I'd get out my sweeper(no, not like Dutch's mine's a push broom....) but there's not enough on the ground yet....

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Mike, Man did you get hit or what??? Hope you guys have wood stoves or fireplaces in case those 30 mph winds take down some power lines.... Doug

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upstatemike
Doug, That's my wife's car in the pic. I kicked her out of the garage so the fleet of Cats will stay toasty for tomorrow's adventure... Still have power & the wood boiler is burning away. The house is about 80 with all that nice white insulation surrounding., kinda like Bermuda till you look out the window... BTW, the pic was taken standing in the garage w/ the door open, the flash on the flakes made it look like the lens was wet.

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dirtsaver
Kent, Kirk, Mike: You lucky cusses! The six+ inches forcast for Kentuckiana never showed up.All I have is a heavy dusting, nothing to plow. At least it's still early in the season. Happy New year everybody!!! Larry

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goatfarmer
They were predicting about 1-2" in Northern Indiana.We ended up with about 6-8" instead.Early in the morning,it was light fluffy stuff,which the 2110 handled with no problem.It warmed up later in the day,and everything got wet and soggy.:)

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The morning after.CJ [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/dogman/xmasnow.JPG[/img]

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This is the neighbor farm-(we are at the end of a lane,up against his ground)-cold and clear here,windy last night but no drifting,too darn heavy! CJ [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/dogman/Samfarm.JPG[/img]

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thedaddycat
I must live too close to the coast(about 15 miles inland) to have the fun those other guys are having. This is all we wound up with by this morning. I'm not even going to start a tractor up for this. Oops, guess all the light reflecting off the snow caused the shutter to close up some. It's full daylight in the pic......

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arjr111
We picked up about 3-4 inches.... [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/arjr111/Christmas.JPG[/img] Hope, you had yourself a merry little Christmas... [img]http://www.smileycollector.com/images/xmas/Santa%20wavn.gif[/img]

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upstatemike
They said 21" at the Albany (International) Airport. I think we ended up with 2' +, but hard to tell with the drifting. The Cats had a hard time breaking some trails. My younger Boy finally wanted to give the AC a try, probably after seeing all the fun I was having...

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