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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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I heard a sound,looked out my door....Guess who's here?
Look closely there are two of them.

So what are they doing in front of my house.....
Talking with their engines on?
Moving the snow off the sides of the street. This was a first for my eyes. Bucket loaders used to remove snow. They went up and down the Streets in my neighborhood widening the street and relocating the snow left from our Blizzards.

37 comments:

  1. Wow! That must have been A LOT of snow!

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  2. That's why I like living in the Deep South!!!! None of that white stuff. LOL

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  3. Oh yes! We've had those in our neighborhood too!

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  4. Wow...I can't even imagine that kind of service!

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  5. THAT is a lot of snow! :) Happy WW.

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  6. wish it would snow a little here. Happy WW!

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  7. I could use some of those trucks here right now. Send them over, lol!

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  8. They were using those to clear the street of snow during the lighter parts of the storms here. I had to do a double take a few times. The snow plow trucks just couldn't do it..

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  9. It's bad when you need front loaders for snow! Aren't you just over it? Sring can't come soon enough.

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  10. Seriously, after a while what do you do with all of the snow? Takes forever to melt.
    http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/02/national-geographic-is-still-on-top/

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  11. I've been seeing them everywhere! We have over 40 inches of snow..and more to come!!

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  12. Just noticed you're in MD!! I'm in Baltimore :)

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  13. I'm envious of all the snow you've had! We haven't had even a flake here in the NW :(

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  14. Wow! You have a lot of snow. Happy WW :)

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  15. So glad to see they were quick to clean the streets! Makes it so much safer for the neighborhood and families that live there!

    Have a happy WW!

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  16. Oh my - I'm sure you are glad to see the road again! 26 days until spring!

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  17. I remember scenes like that when I lived in Wisconsin. I don't miss the snow now!

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  18. More than one way to get rid of all that snow. I need my driveway done when are they available?

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  19. Flashbacks of life in North Dakota all over again lol

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  20. You guys got some SERIOUS snow this year!

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  21. That's the first time you've seen bucket loaders remove snow? That happens here on Canada's east coast all the time. Not in July...

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  22. Holy cow, talk about a lot of snow! My kids would have been so excited to see the big machines, though!!!

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  24. we were supposed to get snow for the 5th or so time this winter here in TX...but it passed us by. Such a weird winter....but I do have to say I've enjoyed the bit of snow we've gotten. A rarity for us

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  25. We had that too. I think we are getting more snow tonight. Thanks for visiting mine!

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  26. Well, I guess as long as the snow is removed that's good huh?

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  27. That is absolutely amazing! That is something I have not ever seen before either. Happy WW!

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  28. nice! theyre cleaning it all up now!

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  29. Yikes that is a lot of snow. Nice of them to move it for you!!

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  30. My boys would have been in heaven watching them move the snow!! But, yeah -- you must have had a tonne of snow!

    Happy WW!!

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  31. The small blue house opposite of you is so cute! :)

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  32. I sure wish they would have done that around my area, it's still a mess.

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  33. It is such a weird winter, isn't it??

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  34. That's funny. I saw this recently here in Cleveland too. Only they were loading the snow into a dump truck. Interesting technique.

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