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    What's like too use a snow shovel ?

    Hi suckers enjoy living in such a cold frozen wasteland . Never owned a snow shovel or used one. Must be fun seeing you enjoy your lovely winter. Sun is heaven tinpan
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    Tinpan, I will be shipping cases of toilet paper to your neighborhood kids to put in your trees, That way while we are shoveling snow, you can be out taking care of white stuff too.
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    Yeah this winter has been insane. By Christmas we usually have to snowmobile two miles from the plowed road where we park our car but no snow this winter yet. 40 degree temps almost everyday instead of -20. My chickens are loving it and it's a nice change but I at least want a foot or two of snow for fun stuff. I never thought this would be a reality haha. What the heck.
    My wife and I went collecting petrified wood and septarian nodules the other day and that's a first. The snow should be waist deep right now.
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    If you're living in "heaven", why are you here making nasty comments? You come across as someone who is VERY unhappy.

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    It's ok tinpan. Not so bad once ya go numb.

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    I can't go any more south than Michigan. Can't deal with the heat, I'm outside year-round, love it! Winter Water Wonderland!

    Hot and sweaty all the time? That stinks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinpan View Post
    Hi suckers enjoy living in such a cold frozen wasteland . Never owned a snow shovel or used one. Must be fun seeing you enjoy your lovely winter. Sun is heaven tinpan
    Ah the Auzzie rubbing it again, We're only 50C difference between us, you'll be +27C and I'm at -23C so at least we share the 20's together.
    Come Friday when you're sitting at 40C and your shorts feel like a wet tea bag think again about the weather.
    Last edited by pepperj; Jan 14, 2018 at 07:46 AM.

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    4 degrees Fahrenheit for me. One tends to get used to it. 32 seems rather hot after 5 degrees for a month or two.

    Its not too bad, stay inside by the fire. Work on relics and other things that when the temperatures are warmer are put off.

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    I am convinced there has to be a correlation between I.Q. and the average amount of snowfall in a given area. Whether folks have to be smarter to survive or are just too dumb to move is up for debate...

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    It's a back-breaking barrel of fun.
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    Our winters kill off most of the bad things or keeps them small that want to mess with us. Having a Huntsman crawling across the liner of our car still gives me the willies 25yrs later.
    Seeing a Redback Spider in the privy under the seat isn't my way of starting the morning off either. You have some 10,000 different ones crawling around there-nice.


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    Shovels are used for MD...I try not to touch a shovel in the winter...that is how people have heart attacks Click image for larger version. 

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    I agree with Pinball. Here's my shovel.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by dognose View Post
    4 degrees Fahrenheit for me. One tends to get used to it. 32 seems rather hot after 5 degrees for a month or two.

    Its not too bad, stay inside by the fire. Work on relics and other things that when the temperatures are warmer are put off.
    When the ice melts it time to break out the shorts and go swimmin. 30 degrees and you are sweating after negative temps of the winter. I miss snow but I really have to say, Southern California does not suck. If you want snow in the winter you can drive to the local mountains and get chilly, you can also go surfing at the beach, do a dirt bike ride in the dessert and go night skiing all on the same day
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    I'll take the cold and snow over mudslides, earthquakes and uncontrollable forest fires that burn millions of acres of trees (and homes).

 

 
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