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Is there light at the end of the weather tunnel?

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Re: Is there light at the end of the weather tunnel?

Postby dave54 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 5:26 pm

Daily routine:

Get up, get dressed, eat breakfast

Fire up the snowblower and clear driveway and berm. Brush snow off car.

Go to work

Brush snow off car, return home. Park car on street because I can't get in driveway.

Fire up the snowblower and clear driveway so I can park the car.

Eat dinner, change clothes.

Refuel snowblower.

Go to bed

Repeat.


I keep telling myself the paddling and hiking the backcountry will be spectacular this summer...
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Log off and get outdoors!
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Re: Is there light at the end of the weather tunnel?

Postby hikerduane » Sat Mar 26, 2011 10:12 pm

When I still worked in town, that is what I had to do also, but throw in shoveling snow at work, do paperwork, shovel snow, finish paperwork, go home.
Piece of cake.
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