one more..... at one point the state had 11 trucks clearing one side. also, by the meriden station i plow, a state truck slid up on top of a guardrail! the plow broke off, and the truck was on top of the plow and sitting on the guardrail. the state wrecker was there, but i have no idea how they got it all cleaned up
yeh. those piles are from the first couple of storms. i had just gotten there to plow. the piles are much bigger now! as a matter of fact we hired a loader to come in later today to push all the piles back to make way for more snowstorms because there was so much snow. i forgot to take my camera this morning so i dont have any updated shots.
What Station do you plow in Meriden the one on the
corner of Bee and Eastmain? By the entrance to 15/91 north?
If so we crossed paths today.
I plow down Bee st. and on E Main.
On the way home with the Pizza for the kids I saw a wasted
guardrail at the 15/91 split, It didn't look like it was a soft hit!
Thats quite a run to Meriden from Glastonbury for plowing.
Give us some powder!!!! I tired of plowing cement!!!
I think this was the longest, heaviest 6" we have had in a long time.
Time for some rest.
yeh bob, i plow that mobil. Its tough looking at your truck in your avatar. Is that a ford with a western? It is quite a haul to meriden. took me 1 hour to get back to glastonbury with the traffic. My father owns the place, so i plow his station in newington on the berlin turnpike, and then i run up to meriden and plow that one. I make one big loop sort of.
snow?, what snow! we had about 1-2" of an ice, frozen snow mess. we started salting at 4:00 am friday, finished 10 am saturday morning (with a few breaks in between). never spread so much salt in my life.would've rather had a foot of snow than that sh*t. went through about 16 tons. there was a lot of rain mixed in, kept on diluting the brine, making it useless