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  1. ModelT1

    ModelT1 Still Lost in the 50's

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    I once worked with a guy who was a few BBQ briquets short of a full bag:slap:. He drove a big Pontiac with a trunk as large as the back of a pick up truck. Him and his family had a picnic in the park. When finished he put the grille full of hot coals in his trunk and drove home. By then smoke was coming out the rear and he had to call the fire department.
    Not sure if he had any weiners left.:rofl2:
     
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    ModelT1 Still Lost in the 50's

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    I remember when I sorta worked for a living, our company had a thing this large that was a snow melter. Looked more like a combine. Only saw it two years when I helped plow snow in the factory. Seems like after that we didn't have as big of snows.
    Reminds me what the old people always said "sure ain't like the blizzard of 1888."
    Either the weather is better or people exagerated more back then.
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    Tomorrow is my wife's birthday. To get her ready for next winter I bought her a new snow shovel and put a red ribbon on it!
     
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    If that doesn't get you some luvvin I don't know what will. :evilsmile:
     
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    Going to need one in my driveway with another 50+ cm forecast for sunday/monday!
     
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    Had to drive the wife to work at 8.00 real bad, by the time i got home they cancelled the shift and went right back storm had doubled in intensity worse drive ever over a foot in the driveway
     
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    It's amazing how much snow fell today. Were guessing about 2 feet. Really windy now.
    How about your way?
     
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    50 cm fell ,drift 6' in front of the shed where the snow blower is stopped snowing just blowing now,big cleanup tomorrow with nowhere to put it!

    At least we didn't get rain and such like Halifax that was bad.
     
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