Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Sam I Am, Jan 7, 2011.
18 inches shoveled on Christmas
7 more inches shoveled today.
That is all.
How about 30 inches before christmas and white stuff falling now and a 80' driveway: not much fun
My driveway is 66 feet long and 20 feet wide for 40 feet of it. :/
Should have ask for a snow thrower for Christmas.
We are supposed to get our first snow of the winter Sunday and Monday. Last night the weatherperson said 4" maybe 5" when it's done. I'm thinking a couple of inches is more than enough. I absolutely HATE snow.
What is this snow stuff ya'll are griping about?
It's better not to know, envy you right now :laugh2:
How did this become a [strike]weewee[/strike] driveway measuring contest?
I don't bother shoveling.
Snow is awesome.
Don't make me throw in our 160 footer...
Most of the time, the snow melts pretty quickly off of ours, though.
I agree... Can't get enough of the stuff.
Can I be your platonic "opposite sex friend" and sled down that thing?
That's exactly what I thought about it the first time it snowed here. It's the perfect driveway for sledding because we're on a cul-de-sac with nothing but a field across the street, not too steep but plenty long.
I just have to buy a toboggan somewhere before our next big snow.
I agree as well. I lived in DC last Winter and that was the winter of dreams. Two 20 plus inch storms and a 15 inch storm. There was also a couple 6 plus inch storms. Fun winter. Haven't gotten much this year here in Chicago.
weenies. 7 winters in watertown, NY none of what you mentioned is anything but normal where I lived.
yep. You live up that way you just get used to it. Find things to enjoy about it.
One of the best things about living in Denver is the Mountains get all the snow. We have had maybe 3 inches so far here in the city.
Its a chilly 68 degrees right now in Hawaii...
I like shoveling snow. It beats mowing the lawn, which royally sucks.
Not to mention it usually means I didn't have to go to work. You never get a 'grass day'.
I'd drive an hour North to Estes Park and wallow in it.
(It also kills me the speed limit in Denver is 75 MPH. You guys know how to live.)