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    Just got rid of another 20 cm/8 in of snow but won't complain as Newfoundland got hit with 70 cm/27+ in of snow yesterday pushed by 100-150 kph/60-90+ mph winds.

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    We have a day or two of slop ahead of us. We have a full week of +7 C ahead of us with no frost at night. The eastern seaboard certainly takes quite the hammering every winter. Every winter they get ice storms extreme blizzards and general high winds, which all add together for what I feel is unpleasant conditions. We do get our share of high winds, but mostly with more reasonable temperatures.
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    Need a Snow Blower??



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    Outstanding!
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    There is a flotilla of garbage in the Pacific, primarily plastics, that is larger than the state of Texas. We went to plastics, I guess because the oil industry wanted to save the forests. Paper and glass have a much smaller impact. Plus all the old glass bottle become sea glass eventually and tourists and artist love that stuff. It’s like the product that regenerates and reinvents itself. Plastic on the beach only attracts environmentalists!
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