I been sitting inside today chatting , drinking coffee and looking through snow removal pics and such as well as getting ready to do some more snow removal myself.
I came across a sequence of photos that really show how much snow we are getting this year. I few snow removals I have shared here out biggest one 26" at one time. and have skipped a few as they were just little 6" dustings and such.
Early start of the year if you look at the ladder in the back ground you will notice that i move it before it gets snowed it.
Another snow we had, I already positioned the ladder in the center where i want it to be snowed in at. I leave the ladder there because I need to keep this area clear the person who built the over hang made it to big and to flat but I like it so I will keep the snow off it instead of repairing it or taking it down.
At this point I don't need the ladder, can't get or move the ladder its there till spring heck I don't even need the ladder to get on the roof I can just walk up the bank. I have since this photo removed the snow from the roof, and currently getting more so the next one should be pretty good.
This year has been the roughest season we had in awhile and my vintage equipment has been really good to me. I am so thankful for this site and the information I obtained from this site as well as a few others on these old garden tractors.I have put a lot of hard work into getting them as ready as I could in the short time I got them but can see the real potential in these older tractors, and glad I decided to go back years in time when picking out my snow removal equipment they may rattle a little and be a little clunky but they just work and work, best thing since sliced bread. I can see now why I have killed a box store John Deere in 3-4 seasons and have more trust in my 1968 sears and 1973 horse then ever before. I have had to jump start, put air in the tire and have had a carburator fail on my plow, but all in all its been a great year so far on my old GT's. I feel they will be around many years.
Anyway I will continue with a follow up photo after I clean up this last one, but if we get much more I will be living in an igloo.