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Discussion in 'Christmas Trees & Seasonal' started by christmas79, Dec 30, 2008.
The weather here is nice no snow on the ground sunny and we are taking down lights!!!
We started doing a few takedowns last weekend and hit it hard starting monday. we have aprox 160 or so to takedown, and have 22 down. 138 to go !
Nobody celebrates Little Christmas on Jan 6 out your way. We start Monday with commercial and everyone else on Weds.
We don't start take down for at least a week.
and then if he snow is as bad as it is now we may have to wait till Feb or March.
and in april, you start installs? I cannot imagine doing Christmas lights that far north. good luck.
Its really not that bad back on Oct 31 I was doing the last of the fall Limes and then on Nov 3rd I was a ladder and running around roofs putting up lights.
we worked till Dec 12th. Didn't really get much snow till around Dec 1st.
and now we will start tear down which will take approx 1 week.weather pending.
as it looks right now we have about 2 feet of snow on the ground but they are calling for rain mid week so we will most likely hit the roofs right after the rain.
It can be a challenge but that is what makes it so much fun.
I think it would be rather boring not to have the risk of ice on the roof or snow under your ladder. High nor'easter blowing at your back Rain sleet hail they all add fun to the job. It must be boring having calm dry warm weather everyday way down south.
We start today to take down lights. No snow just chilly out!
I was up in Illinois 2 weeks ago en route to pick up a box van. very cold !
Well we ar going to try and start take down Tomorrow.
BUT the weather man is calling for upto 15cm of snow tonight so I guess
it all depends on how much we get.