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Discussion in 'Network: International' started by Lynden-Jeff, Mar 23, 2008.
A dry summer is not going to be good for the farmers.
That's for sure!
Well last year it was a pretty dry summer, hope we get that this year also. They say spring is coming early this season, probably around mid to late march. Will have to see it to believe it I guess
We got 10 cm and still going today here guys. Drifting with the wind too, don't give up now. It won't last but we're plowing anyway.
Might help collaboration if you'd indicate your city when you post. After all, Ontario is bigger than some entire countries.
Also, anyone found a good out-of-province mail-order supplier of items that are hard to source here?
Got up early, gassed up the snowblowers that I put away last Saturday (for the summer)
I would have prepared them last night but they said only 1-2 (nothing that the snowblowers would pick up) but I did go out and salt last night
Good thing that it snowed because I have now got enough $$$$$ to buy some new equipment
SmokeyBacon: You were right about not giving up about the snow
Safe Plowing everyone!
me for writing this!!! Hahaha
Does anyone know if there is really going to be another snow storm tonite?
They've just said that there Is going to be a snow storm
I want to get ready the night before not like I did today (Saturday). I started 1hr late
Alanauer, what do you mean?:
Also, anyone found a good out-of-province mail-order supplier of items are hard to source here?
Last question: Does anyone know of any Amsoil dealers around here?
Please with this. Thanks guys!
Are all you guys out still plowing?