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Another snow storm, another Time Lapse video of my Ariens Deluxe SHO

Seriously, this snowblower is my favorite "tool" I've purchased for this house. 0*F or colder today, and I put in very little manual labor to get rid of this big "winter storm event's" droppings today.


(yes, my dog crapped on the driveway. Luckily this snowblower threw it about 40' out into my front yard to worry about in the spring......)
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nice vid but I think it would be better if it were not time lapsed

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I like the video, time lapse and all. Really, more videos like this is what is needed to help someone figure out who good the various machines handle. Your driveway is long enough to give it a good work-out. Nice job. Thanks for the post. I'm still waiting for a storm to give mine a test.
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These videos are fun.

What was the thing you kept moving around the middle of the driveway?
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nice vid but I think it would be better if it were not time lapsed
Would you watch 15-20 minutes of me screwing around in my driveway? I wouldn't :-P I made a longer version and I got bored about a minute in. I seriously only takes me minutes to make these videos, so I certainly can do a longer or real-time version if there is enough demand for it!

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I like the video, time lapse and all. Really, more videos like this is what is needed to help someone figure out who good the various machines handle. Your driveway is long enough to give it a good work-out. Nice job. Thanks for the post. I'm still waiting for a storm to give mine a test.
Thanks - hopefully we send some of this snow your way. Nothing like wishing for snow to play with the new tool.

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These videos are fun.

What was the thing you kept moving around the middle of the driveway?
Glad you like them! The thing I kept moving was a GoPro. Unfortunately the battery died about the 2nd time I moved it.
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Nice job on the video. I agree with you that non-time lapse would be much too long.
More information on the snow please. How deep? Wet or dry?
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I wonder how well my Non-SHO Deluxe would handle the crap. If it would toss it even 20 feet that would be fine.
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