Well we go 5/6" of the white stuff and its 22*F with the wind blowing, thanks to the %*&#* city I really had a fun morning previously a couple 3 weeks ago the under cut the street right to the ramp going into my shop then filled it in with carp and some gravel no packing fast forward to last week it rained then last night 6 in of wet sticky snow went out with the PK and blade pushed straight out the door going good turned to get the snow next to the doors blade hooks on the lip of the ramp back wheels spin about 3 revs and the tractor it about down to the axles I'm stuck. A friend came by with his pickup and pulled me out. So avoiding that area I tried plowing with the PK it went good they can really push snow only other problem was the blade was not shinned up and this wet snow stuck to it and didn't roll off as it should otherwise it works good. I ordered a set of Deestone Tri Ribs for the front which will help with the steering.
On another note not so good went home before dinner and got the Husqvarna out and made about 4 passes with the snowblower things were going good pulled the hydro lever back to backup and heard a pop and had the lever in my hand just dangling and its in reverse and the hydro release spring is streched so it will be fun loading it on the trailer, oh well that's the fun of living in MN in the winter.