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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself to the Community' started by Chuck Smith, Mar 3, 2020.
Were you as much of a ball O joy then, as you are now?
Wait, I already know the answer......Yes
I was much nicer back then...I hadn't taken SnoFarmer's advanced course in trolling.
Interesting, I remember that username as well.
Always wondered what happened to Derek.
Are you talking about ELTeeS
All over the interweb...
Lol....btw, I’ve heard of that old site...Plow4beer wasnt trolling the interweb at that time yet though...unfortunately
I heard of a guy that did snow and concrete...not @jomama45 or @cretebaby either.
Me tew...also heard he wasn’t one to drink the koolaide they served back then...unlike some others
What's this dial up thing?
I think @jomama45 does concrete too?
Find an old 1970's metric phone with a dial on the front . Hard part is locating a cord to go from phone to computer .
still have a bunch of old phone cords sitting on a shelf.....and dsl line splitters.....you never know when they might be needed
I wonder what happened to Scooty, he kinda dropped off the face of the Earth m
Forgot, he did concrete and trees.
Scooty drops in once in a great while at lawnsite.
Good to hear, I might have to try to log in there again one of these days....
I'm making a return, too, but only 9 years(?) have flown by. During that time I've maintained the same mile of backwoods mountain road . . . unfortunately, sometimes with the "help" of new neighbors that had no clue how to handle a season average of 8 feet of wet snow.
Over the past 14 years I've use the same old ATV/plow, tractor/blower and other tools to handle significant storms – until last Saturday when I added a brand new 48" Bercomac snowblower to the mix; just in time for a fresh 8" of snow.
I'll write up a review of that snowblower later but here's a spoiler alert: diehard fans of Berco blowers probably shouldn't read it.
Pictured: Feb 26, 2020 . . .
Send the neighbors that have no clue here, we can give them advice.
I always think that I can advise them too. I've owned this property since 1991 and while I might be mistaken, I sort of have snow removal on this particular road down to a science. I have decades of photos and years of videos that I share with new neighbors, not to mention a manual that I created for snow removal. I have only 3 neighbors and the turnover is high, primarily due to winter.
This is a virtual mountain wilderness, e.g. when a cougar kills a dog the state game dept just takes a report and says "whaddya expect?" New neighbors usually aren't prepared for winter back here so I try to bring them up to speed. Sometimes it works but usually they decided to find out the hard way.