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post #1 of 37 Old 02-17-2015, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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Need a big snowblower for this mess

this is New Brunswick Canada...what a mess!
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If that was me I would have gone out with my snowblower every few hours to keep it under control. this guy left it too long and now he's in trouble!
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Guy not the sharpest knife in the drawer. That's an awful lot of snow. Glad it's up there and not here.

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Obviously he needs drift cutters
Very very long drift cutters
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yeah... he needs one of these:


(The last few minutes has some spectacular shots)

...and if it keeps snowing like this in Mass., I will too!

http://boston.cbslocal.com/2015/02/1...citys-history/

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If that was me I would have gone out with my snowblower every few hours to keep it under control. this guy left it too long and now he's in trouble!
I tried that and when I got to the end of the driveway and turned around my first cut was already full, remember now we had winds gusting to 100mph. Decided it was best to stay indoor and clean the mess later.


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I tried that and when I got to the end of the driveway and turned around my first cut was already full, remember now we had winds gusting to 100mph. Decided it was best to stay indoor and clean the mess later.
so how is the Yamaha handling all the snow

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so how is the Yamaha handling all the snow
Lower driveway only had about 2 feet the whole lenght except in front of the garage and my Mitsubishi where it was more like 4. Did okay 1.5 hours.



The upper driveway was more like 4 feet the whole lenght and an 8-10 foot EOD. Did alright there too 2 hours including both steps and door access.



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It would seem how the winds blew in different locations determined the severity of snow accumulation.

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….that was funny …can you imagine….what a sh*t show of snow. I'd really like to see a time lapse of how one goes about digging out of something like that.

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