13 thoughts on “Dashing through the snow…

  1. I love pictures of Gus and Trixie! That last picture does look c c cccold…
    That wheeled snow shovel looks like a good invention.

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    • It works really well on snows of several inches. I think I waited until the snow was too deep this time. It was a lot harder. I’d say every 3 or 4 inches should be shoveled and it would work fine. We had to use it and regular shovels (and two grandkids) to get the job done.

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  2. [img]http://bitsandpieces.us/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/wheeled-snow-shovel.jpg[/img]
    So is this your friend from a previous post on the snow shovel or did the guy in your photo buy the shovel after reading your blog?

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  3. I was wondering if that wheelie kinda shovel actually worked? Looks like a gizmo to me? Andy from Beaverton is right, first time I saw one was on here. I laughed then and I’m………now.
    That’s a lot of snow for you guys!

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    • Yeah it is a lot of snow… more than we’re used to in one whammy. The last time we got this much was in 1982 I think. Officially we had 13 inches but where I lived it was over 20 inches. It took me a week before I could drive in and out of my driveway.
      We’re getting the bitter cold now (-10F with a wind chill of -20 to -30F) for a couple days to go along with the snow. That’ll break about Wednesday and things will start getting back to normal. Luckily I didn’t have to go anywhere today. I have a meeting scheduled for tomorrow but I kinda doubt that’ll happen.

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  4. Can’t really blame Gus for not liking the snow. Being a little guy, he might not enjoy dashing through snow that’s up to his uh… jingle bells.

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    • His bells are long gone, but I think it’s just too cold for him. He was limping when I took him out this morning. Trying not to walk on the cold ground, but he went out and did his business like a trooper.

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