Monday, March 3, 2014

Our World - More snow



Six inches or so of snow this morning, so my snow blower and I tackled it a little after noon. The walk and part of the driveway behind the pipes was soon done. It took a little more time to clean off the van and snow at the end of the driveway. Pipes? In the driveway? Yep, still there! The county folks were planning to start the sewer main repair today, but apparently filling a sinkhole with snow is not the best solution, so the stuff will be pumped for a while longer.






10 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Lew, I am sure your snowblower came in handy this winter. We had so many different snow storms.. I hope this one was the last one. I am ready for Spring. I am sure you are ready for your street to return to normal. Have a happy week!

Cynthia said...

Good job! I have had lots of practice shoveling snow in Minnesota this year. A couple times my neighbor has rescued me with his snowblower. I've never seen an electric one before.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, WOW!! That is a lot of snow!! I'm sorry now about how I've whined about the cold weather!! Ours is certainly not anything like yours has been, Lew!! Hope everything is back to normal soon!! Take care, stay safe and WARM!!

Karen said...

We are still buried under snow here as well...waiting for the snow blowers to go on sale!

Randi said...

Wow...so much snow! Hope it disappear soon. I like your snowblower.

Carole M. said...

I feel for the people who have to do this when they get out of a warm bed of a morning to get to work....

EG CameraGirl said...

Thank goodness for snow blowers!

Andrea said...

Oh, I love it ... a green snowblower. I thought they were automatically red :) Snow is the bane of my existance at this point. I am cat sitting so I not only have to shovel snow on my walks, I have to shovel snow on the cat walks so I am not tracking in the house. So far this is the third coldest and 4th snowiest winter since they stated keeping records. Disappointing ... I would have though the coldest and snowiest ever, but what do I know. Enjoy it while it lasts, Lew, soon we will be complaining about the heat :)

Andrea @ Form The Sol

Linda said...

If next winter is as snowy as this one, I may get my husband a snowblower for Christmas.

The Furry Gnome said...

What a cute snowblower! Afraid it wouldn't quite handle our driveway....hoping for spring soon here.