Here we have (only) had 1 snow storm worthy of shoveling or plowing or blowing this year but like 2 days later it was in the high 40s so I didn't even bother, I let mother Nature melt it away, it did not take long. I missed out on the 2" sleet storm last week/ my Mom got in on that less than 30 miles north of me but my snow equipment would not be worth anything trying to move that crap. I hope that it stays that way this season. I am starting to play with my 129 and 1250 Cubs anticipating the mowing season....
30 miles the other way from me, in the town that I work in, boats, oars, sandbags and barricades have been this winter's needed equipment. oh; salt too, as once the floods came, "then" the temps decided to fall... what is with that?
According to the news from early last week the Panhandle down there had over 20" of the white crap. How far are you from that?
must be quite a ways being youre mowing this weekend.