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Jan 12, 2005 19:15 |  #1

Due to the 'large amount' of snow in the past few days . . . it was not hard to find a good sized snow mover, a.k.a. earth mover during warmer months, on the go this Sunday past. For those of you in the warmer climes, this might be something you never see. Enjoy it here, trust me.


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Jan 12, 2005 19:38 |  #2
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Great pic! :) Send some snow this way. The only thing I would do is take out the sign in the background.




  
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Jan 12, 2005 22:16 |  #3

Yes, I think you are right . . . I wil have to take that out. Thanks.


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Jan 13, 2005 04:23 |  #4

I Like it, very dynamic shot. Looks like its still snowing too, or is that just being blown up by the machine ?.
I might have to keep looking at this picture for a while, becuase it got to 42C here today, so even looking at snow makes me feel cooler :-). Now if you could just send some this way...:-)


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Jan 18, 2005 00:27 as a reply to  @ RockOne's post |  #5

I saw this pic and it took me back to my sub -0 winters in Minnesota. I can feel the cold when I look at this one. Great job.


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Jan 21, 2005 07:56 |  #6

Those beasts are doing their job infront our house as we speak...

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Jan 21, 2005 12:48 |  #7

Thank goodness for them for sure . . . they are loading the big trucks here now. Hauling the snow out of all of the parking lots over in town. It is funny to see truck after truck of snow going out to the dump road. Even packed down the snow is two feet deep now, guess we need another storm? Hate for us to get under three feet you know, lol.


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