What a day! We got roughly 22" inches in Exeter. Some drifts were much higher! I went out at 9:30am after a pass the night before.
My snowshark was one and done. Started, ran, got 10 feet in, stalled. My Case 444 started right up and I didn't park it until 5pm.
I have never had that much seat time in one sitting. My driveway took 2+ hours to zig zag, and get to the bottom. Then my neighbor needed help, so I plowed them out, then went to the other neighbors and helped them too.
I decided to give the snow shark another run, and it ran great, it took some tweeking, but it ran great and I was very impressed with the amount of snow it tossed.
I've decided that I am going to look for a rear plow for my 3pt on the back of the 444. Many times I found that I could have dragged the snow out easier.
And of course, after all that, a well deserved captains daughter when I came in
Edited by Titus, January 28, 2015 - 07:00 PM.