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The lakes around here are gonna get interesting with the dumping we're getting. Spent most of the day on my wheeler plowing and replowing.😛

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leech~~

The only saver is that New Years day night is suppose to get down to about -14 below next week. Hope that will harden the snow-slush weight on the ice back up? 😟

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Yes, Plowed the driveway twice today and will need to again in the morning. I'm hoping that the good solid ice we had before the storm will hold the weight okay and we get no slush

 

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14 hours ago, leech~~ said:

The only saver is that New Years day night is suppose to get down to about -14 below next week. Hope that will harden the snow-slush weight on the ice back up? 😟

actually i was thinkin of sneaking up there yet this weekend but the weather morjits says -23 below for new years nite. NAW i'll stay home and snuggle up with momma and my case of beer!!!!!;)

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one of my coworkers, who lives just north of otenagen road on HWY 6 said they got a foot of snow and its currently blowing around!!!!!!! 

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5 minutes ago, PRO-V said:

I can vouch for that Smurf!!!

i'm fearful of what thats gonna do to our ability to get on the cabin lake. if that wind is outta the east...........were cooked!!!!!!!!!!😫😖

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