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post #1 of 15 Old 01-06-2015, 12:34 PM Thread Starter
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First snow of 2015 and I got to use my blower

and she did a mighty fine job on cleaning the front stairs.
Afterall,it is a "blower"




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LOL! That's the extent of our snowfalls this season! A real dissapointer!!

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Now that the snow is gone, time to take down the Christmas lights. I'm not poking fun - that's on my TO DO list for today.
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Now that the snow is gone, time to take down the Christmas lights. I'm not poking fun - that's on my TO DO list for today.
Gotta stay up until the Ukranian (wife) Christmas passes

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We had a windblown dusting today and I used my leaf blower to clear the driveway after work. GF came home while I was doing it and told me I have issues!!!
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We had a windblown dusting today and I used my leaf blower to clear the driveway after work. GF came home while I was doing it and told me I have issues!!!
After I put the leaf blower away, my neighbor across the way brought his out and did his walk.
Maybe we onto something.

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After I put the leaf blower away, my neighbor across the way brought his out and did his walk.
Maybe we onto something.
It's probably close to 20 years that I have been using the leaf blower for powdery snow in the winter and blowing water off the car after washing it in the summer to wax it the same day. I love doing things to amuse and scare my neighbors.

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You really want to bring the neighbors to the window... strap on a Redmax 8150 backpack blower and start clearing the driveway. It's quite a show

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You really want to bring the neighbors to the window... strap on a Redmax 8150 backpack blower and start clearing the driveway. It's quite a show
if I did that here in my hood. I would have the Bloomington swat team out there.

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It's probably close to 20 years that I have been using the leaf blower for powdery snow in the winter and blowing water off the car after washing it in the summer to wax it the same day. I love doing things to amuse and scare my neighbors.
Grunt, I never thought about using it to dry off the car after a washing. Guess I'm gonna have to stock up on the oil mix.

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