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Discussion in 'Weather' started by Frostysnow, Jan 23, 2006.

  1. Frostysnow

    Frostysnow Senior Member
    from oh
    Messages: 145

    What if i never get to use my plow all winter?!?!?!?! :dizzy: :angry: I am starting to get depressed. I bought back at the end of Dec., and it seems like i just tossed away a bunch of money:dizzy: :dizzy: No snow is in the 10 day forecast, the ground is so soft that i walk on it and sink and we r suppose to have a milf feb. AHhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
     
  2. Snow Picasso

    Snow Picasso Senior Member
    Messages: 249

    It truly is a rough business!!! I would think February will have a nice one for us this year, and don't forget about March. I'm in the Chicago Land area and the last 4 Febs have been brutal! My point is....The last 4 January's have been great, but this one really stinks so February must have something for us!! You know the old flip flop routine!! Anyway, we always get close to our average!!! :drinkup:
     
  3. golden arches

    golden arches Senior Member
    Messages: 193

    A few lifetimes ago I bought a new Western (January 1976).. then it didn't snow until the end of March.... Thought I had made a major mistake.. but then the next year the infamous blizzard of '77 hit. I paid for the plow - and truck - several times over that year.

    The cycles will kill you.. either too much work or not enough - and it always comes at the wrong time!
     
  4. btrussell

    btrussell Member
    Messages: 65

    I know what you mean

    I know about how you feel frostysnow. I bought my plow christmas eve of 2003. That january we had one plowable event. I only did a few driveways. Then last year we didnt even get enough to push and then we got one plowable snow before christmas 2005. So 2 years with the plow and only used it twice. It's depressing beause the winter before I bought the plow we had snow from mid january to the end of february. I guess I jinxed it or something. So I've been debating as to whether it was worth the money or not. I wish I could get into plowing more like get contracted accounts and whatnot but the truth is we havent gotten enough snow. And to think I thought it was going to be a promising winter. Oh well best of luck to everyone.
    Brian