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Emotional rollercoaster

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by JBZ71, Dec 13, 2003.

  1. JBZ71

    JBZ71 Junior Member
    Messages: 15

    Does anybody else go thru this>>>> anticipation,like a kid waiting for christmas day>>watching the weather and they say snow yipeeeee,,then it starts and you can't wait,finally on the road ahhhhhh,12 hrs later it can stop now,6 hrs later,what the hell am I doing????last flake done and you got mega cash in hand and sleep is finally at hand...nice.....weather man says snow in 2 days....here we go again:redbounce
     
  2. vector6

    vector6 Senior Member
    Messages: 150

    nope, must be just you...

    :D
     
  3. sbrennan007

    sbrennan007 Senior Member
    Messages: 350

    If we ever get some snow, I'll let ya know... :salute:
     
  4. Eyesell

    Eyesell 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,101

    You kidding me, I'm having withdrawls !!:dizzy: :dizzy:
     
  5. JBZ71

    JBZ71 Junior Member
    Messages: 15

    Sorry,but maybe it's just me,cause I got a full time job and plowing is taking second seating,oh well enjoy the snow on sunday boys...payup
     
  6. Fredeboy

    Fredeboy Junior Member
    Messages: 6

    i'm waiting in great anticipation regardless of plowing being my second job. just can't wait for the snow. like a kid on xmas eve. let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
     
  7. 1976 Ranger

    1976 Ranger Junior Member
    Messages: 29

    This is my first year plowing and all that i think is LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW. Then i look out the window and boy am i disapointed!

    :( David
     
  8. classicman

    classicman Member
    Messages: 67

    9 years ago I went 5 days straight without sleep. On day 5 I tore the plow off my truck and ran it over. My ostensible partner took off for parts unknown with 50K of my money. On the way home I had checks flying out the window while smoking a cigarette and was too tired to get out and go get them. When I got home (2wd van) I got stuck 90 feet from my parking space. I left the vehicle where it sat, my dad came over and parked it for me, I was already in bed asleep. I got up out of that bed 30 days later, as I got the shingles. My van was gone (worth about 500 bucks) along with the tools inside it (worth about 25 thousand bucks) because my dad parked it illegally and the tow guys got it.
    You may or may not get rich in this business, but I know for a fact you will always have stories and memories. I'll be plowing tomorrow. How 'bout youpayup
     
  9. JasonJ

    JasonJ Member
    Messages: 34

    I have to get up and have the schools and businesses done way early, then on to the private residences. A ten or twelve hour plow day is fairly normal. I am paid by the hour, so I don't care. I look forward to it at first, but by the time it gets past New Years, I am about ready for spring. Our company does pest control and landscaping in the spring/summer/fall, and we earn our years earnings in that period, so I don't really NEED to earn money in the winter. Its nice to have the spare cash and I would go nuts without the plowing....
     
  10. Radguy

    Radguy Member
    Messages: 72

    This is my first year, so of course I'm like that:D

    And it's gonna snow like a mofo later today and Monday:bluebounc
     
  11. MickiRig1

    MickiRig1 PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 3,617

    Shoot, I get up have coffee and go looking for more to plow.
    I take a son with me and we cruse looking for shovelers. They usually flag you down to plow their drive. A quick $10 for 5 minutes work. Gas tanks are always full this time of year.