Yeah, someone posted briefly back on Friday but saw the website didn't mention anything about closing.Hope your not waiting for parts!
Or to Alex for not holding up the fort when Jim moved out. :rofl:
Damn, it's backfired. Yes, I'm guilty of shoveling snow. And very tired of it.^__YES, it's Alex's fault. He's probably still shoveling snow.
62ºF here today.
Lucky you! Down in the city, we had one 6" snowfall in Nov and another 6" last week.Yes, I'm guilty of shoveling snow. And very tired of it.
Why didn't I think of that?. Actually, I have a Kubota tractor with front mount snow blower.Lucky you! Down in the city, we had one 6" snowfall in Nov and another 6" last week.
Snowfall well below normal for this year and the slopes in VT are practically bare if not for the manmade snow.
Next time, attach a plow to the front of that F150 RV and plow instead of shoveling!
Must be nice! You can see snow but not effected by it! Way to go Jim. :thumbup:Alex, got any bacon cooking on the Coleman?
About 50 miles north of me is many feet of snow up on the Santa Fe ski slopes, even more up in Taos.
More about 8 miles east of me up on the Sandia mountain range and ski slopes.
None here at my house which is fine with me.
I met both Gumbi4u is not as bad in person as behind the internet.Shhh. Jim as a mod on BForums has a sticky to not talk about competitors forums. :rofl:
BTW, do you still keep in touch with Jason H-NNY528I?
The 2 rotors are my stopper so I don't crush my camper.That little yellow chair?
What's those 2 old rotors for?
Gumbi4u, sure do.