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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-07-2012, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone moving any snow this year???

Been a crazy winter. Only 2 nights below zero and no snow to speak of. Higher in elevation where this property was i had 2 feet today..........
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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 03-07-2012, 10:27 PM
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Nothing , not even once this year
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I pushed just 3'' inchs of snow this year . Had one snow storm so far with this hot winter . My snow profit went up in smoke this year .
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Just the one storm in October and 1 in January. Just my luck though, I doubled our property count and then had no snow. lol.
Oh well
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Only once and it was melting as we were working through the condos. Sure are going to be a lot of brand new never used plows on Craigslist this spring.
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Sure are going to be a lot of brand new never used plows on Craigslist this spring.



You said it brother . . . May be good finds if you got the snow cash .
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Only once and it was melting as we were working through the condos. Sure are going to be a lot of brand new never used plows on Craigslist this spring.
I'll be ready. Chop chop
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Sure are going to be a lot of brand new never used plows on Craigslist this spring.






For sure.





Thru out the season I've plowed around 40 inches.
Biggest snow was 8'' of really heavy slushy type stuff. Worked man and beast rather hard to remove that one.
The rest were averaged around 3 or 4 inches.
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We have had over 50 addresses on our plow and clear list and haven't touched a single one.
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OUCH, that will hurt the cash flow.
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