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The lovely and seasonally-affected Mrs Borepatch: We can sell the snowblower!!!!1!one!!!
Don't you be going a'bettin' too hard on that. I call to mind a few years ago, the Kentucky state transportation department decided that heavy snowfalls in the state were a thing of the past, so they could get rid of all that expensive highway-snow-clearing stuff they hadn't used in many a year. So they did. And made a good bit of money on the deal. The next winter, of course, they got a brutal blizzard in the southern part of the state, and several major roads were snowed shut for several days.Then there's thet thar Global Cooling to worry about...
You could make a heck of a go cart with that motor.
For the right price, I'd be tempted to make the trip up that way. I got my fill of shoveling this past winter, and I can't depend on my neighbor wanting to play with his tractor *every* time it snows...
You do that.And it will snow.In Atlanta.Thats the way it works!!!
We never owned a snowblower, but I'm happily packing up the long johns, the flannel balaclava and the ankle-length wool coats!
If you still have it on the truck as you pass through Vir-Ginny...Drop it at my house. Might be able to exchange some valuta...
I lived in Atlanta from 1977 to 2000.In that entire 23 years, you would have had two (2) days on which you could have used your snowblower. Not that it would have done you any good, because everything was closed so there was nowhere to go anyway.Relax, even if you do get one of the once-in-a-decade 6" snowfalls, it's all gone in two days anyway.
even if you do get one of the once-in-a-decade 6" snowfalls, it's all gone in two days anyway.More to the point, you'll be that damn-yankee driver who has no trouble buzzing over to the grocery store or bank or wherever in those six inches. Unfortunately, when you get there you'll find that yes, it is closed because no one else can drive in the stuff.Or they forget that four-wheel-go does not equate with four-wheel-turn or four-wheel-whoa.
ZerCool,"More to the point, you'll be that damn-yankee driver who has no trouble buzzing over to the grocery store or bank or wherever in those six inches."That's the other problem.The ATL 'burbs are full of DamnYankees who say "Six inches? Phhht! I've driven in two feet!" and then set off onto unplowed, unsalted, hilly, twisty roads with no snow tires and hopefully they don't make it onto a main artery before realizing that the '6 inches of snow' is really 5.75" of snow atop a quarter inch of glare ice because the ground was barely cool enough for the snow to stick when it started falling...My friend made his college beer money using his 2WD pickup and a tow chain to yank said DamnYankees out of ditches. :p
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