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post #1 of 20 Old 12-04-2010, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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What I plan to use for BIG storms!!

Figure I would toss up a pic of what I am planning on using for the BIG storms!!! I hope I dont need it!!
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Good golly, how much snow you expecting?!
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That should do the job...unless you are in the arctic.
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I love that big Case. If it can't handle the snow I don't know what will.

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you'll probably get a bunch of calls from the neighbors
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Nice tractor! Would be a disappointment if you would'nt get enough snow to use it. I see lots of larger tractors around here that are ready for the winter; I guess last winter scared everyone so they're taking more precautions this year.

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Hoping we dont get a ton of snow, but if we do, it will work great for the big piles at the end of the drive.


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Pile that snow HIGH Paul .. The kids will love it .. mine did last years when I used my little BH loader

Is that train tracks in the background of the one photo ?
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Yup. I have a BIG train set!!!

I already am planing a extra big sledding hill


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Yup. I have a BIG train set!!!

I already am planing a extra big sledding hill

Thats funny .. so do I

The express train that runs from Philly to Atlantic City runs RITE by my house .. about every hour About 200 yards from my property line

I grew up in a house as close to the same tracks, and have owned two different houses along the same tracks. But up until 20 years ago .. it was freight trains mostly

I'm sure your used to it .. I know I am .. hardly even notice them anymore
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