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Pictures from New England

Getting hammered he this year, i love it!
This is from my roof, using my electric Toro to clear it!


The fence in back is about 6.5'


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Nice layer of white stuff!
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I do not need to worry about snow, I just bought an Ariens 30 SHO. It will now not snow this year or the next in south east PA.
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Wish I got what you got!!!!!!
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And be greatful if it doesn't. A SMALL price to pay for not having to clear your property............

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I do not need to worry about snow, I just bought an Ariens 30 SHO. It will now not snow this year or the next in south east PA.
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Wow I love snow but I'm not sure if I want to be in your shoes.

Any concerns about the blower tearing up shingles?
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We got nothing here. About 1 to 2 inches at most on the ground. We haven't received hardly any snow this winter. Nothing in the forcast either. I love to go snowmobiling and this year sucks. Last year we ended up with 78 inches for the season
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Narrowing street:

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Wow I love snow but I'm not sure if I want to be in your shoes.

Any concerns about the blower tearing up shingles?
No, just tilt the little toro back on its wheels an Inch or so, and it does not touch the shingles.
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Looks like a plaza i manage, Right now I have 19 guys shoveling off 2-4' of snow off the roof.
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