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Joshua Farrell

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For those of you lucky enough to have snow, have you had to do a lot this season so far? I've haven't had to do a ton of shoveling, but the first few snow showers dropped a bit on us, and I had issues with recovering from the heavy snow we had.
 

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Tennessee only gets a few big snows - and even one year lately - had no snow! It's a real drag - cause I like a few heavy snows each year. Well, it must be global warming - cause even as far south as Tennessee is - it should get more snow.

Well, sometimes the higher mountains get more snow - so it's often worth it to drive up there.
 

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I was out of town the day that my area got snow so I didn't have to deal with it. I love shoveling but our driveway is super long so it takes a long time to shovel and a lot of energy.

Do you own a snowblower? We have 2 of them and one is electric start.
 

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@Lämmchen, we have one, but the engine was damaged, preventing use of it. Repair costs and the fact that it was a cheap snow blower to begin with, means that we probably should just purchase a brand new higher end one.
 

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I hate going out when it's cold. Thankfully, our HOA handles snow removal so I don't have to. :D Although he comes around pretty early, usually between 6am and 8am, sometimes waking me up. Oh well!
 

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@Elli, wish we had someone doing our snow for us. Gets awfully annoying having to dedicated time out of my day to shovel snow on our property! :D
 

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@Lämmchen, we have one, but the engine was damaged, preventing use of it. Repair costs and the fact that it was a cheap snow blower to begin with, means that we probably should just purchase a brand new higher end one.
Yeah, they should be cheap right now and you might be able to sell the one in need of repair to a guy who fixes those things.
 

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It hasn’t been too bad by us. We’ve had some heavy snow here and there, but not as bad as it sometimes tends to be. Usually my dad takes care of the shoveling.