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Monday, December 27, 2010

Dig Dug


That's what I did today... I got out the snow thrower and cleared the driveway and sidewalks from 18"-22" of snow. I usually like using the snow thrower.... but not this time. 35-50 mph winds made for a "what snow you throw comes right back at your face" kinda morning. :-) I was a frozen, wet, snow covered popsicle when I was done.

Good thing there is a Texas Weiner serving chili dogs and hot chocolate just blocks from my house.

Mmmmmm... Thanks Bob!

10 comments:

  1. It can be a pain, but a good excuse to stay inside and work on a project;)

    Debbie

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  2. I hope your back warmed up in the house. What a lot of snow. A chili dog sounds sooo good and so does the hot chocolate. Hope your staying safe and warm and getting some stitching done!

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  3. Oh you must have been one tall popsicle! I know just what you mean - I had to stand there when the wind kicked up and just wait - those little snow kernals stung! Sorry you got so much snow (Na na na na more than us!) My area I would clean would blow shut faster than I could open it again!

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  4. Waaaah! I like snow, but that's excessive!!!
    And that wind is nasty!
    Hope your outdoor chores are finished and you can relax in the warm and enjoy some crafting.

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  5. Snow has pretty much passed up by this year and that's okay with me. It's beautiful if you are able to stay inside, toasty warm.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  6. Bob is a good guy :)... tell him thanks from all of us.. but wait, where's mine???

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  7. I shovelled a little and got soaked too. But nobody made me a chili dog! Now I am craving one. lol

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  8. That is a heck of a lot of snow! I hope you have been able to warm up!!

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  9. Lucky for us we only got about 6 inches and a bit less than that at the store....BUT the wind is making snowdrifts that are 3 feet tall and the spot next to them is bare....Go figure. I did my share of "digging" today - no snow blower at the store so it is being done by hand....I am already done with the snow and the cold, nasty wind!

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  10. oh I have been looking outside all day waiting for it to stop. we got about 12-14 inches so now the removal begins. and I too want a chili dog. I do not need a chili dog.
    cathy

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