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    this was my house at 9 this morning.

    we wre forcasted an inch or so over night. between my house, my restaraunt and my inlaws fishing lodge, it took three of us over 9 hours to plow. we had two trucks woth 12 foot plows and a bobcat with a 10 foot v plow.
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    And this is why I'm happy that I moved out of New York State and moved to florida. Good bye lake effect snow.

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    In maine we got just a dusting and its gone allready

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfshadow View Post
    And this is why I'm happy that I moved out of New York State and moved to florida. Good bye lake effect snow.
    we have been talking about moving south. not too far, maybe md.

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    please don't come any further south,,, keep that stuff up there
    It is what it is unless I say differently !!!!

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    I think your heat pump needs defrosting
    My name is TooCoolforschool and I am a chronic over charger.

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    I'll take -15 over that any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave2425 View Post
    I'll take -15 over that any day.
    we had -17 this morning. so i guess i got the best of both worlds.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave2425 View Post
    I'll take -15 over that any day.
    When you take lake effect snow into account....... well lets just say the normal rules do not apply when living in the snow belt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snupytcb View Post
    we had -17 this morning. so i guess i got the best of both worlds.lol
    -17,WTF. How do you work at that temp? I feel guilty for complaining about our 12-18 deg morning on the roof. How do you keep warm?
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnsrose View Post
    -17,WTF. How do you work at that temp? I feel guilty for complaining about our 12-18 deg morning on the roof. How do you keep warm?
    layers. multiple layers are better than one thick layer. Body Armour under wear is the best i have yet to find. it is a bit pricey but well worth it. good boots are a must. and wool socks. no poliester.
    oh yea, and onlty go outside as needed. today i didn't work. just to cold, the high today(that i saw) was3 degrees. tinight we have a wind chill advisory for -20 to -30. yikes. i will most likely take the rest of the week off and just start fresh on monday. if it's that cold, i won't even go fishing.

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    I remember living up north , and on those days you breathe through your nose and instantly you feel every nose hair freeze

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    Not to brag but it was 77 and I worked in shorts today!

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