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Refuse to Shovel - Driveway Snow Covered That's Not Melting(7 posts)

Refuse to Shovel - Driveway Snow Covered That's Not MeltingBaadDawg
Apr 6, 2003 8:02 AM
Big Dump of snow yesterday mixed with freezing rain and ice pellets. Not melting either.

Least it's not Toronto which got nailed with 2 ice storms in a row with 8cms of snow forecast for Tuesday.

For once we here in Ottawa can gloat.

New TCR1 Composite still in LBS and likely to remain there for awhile.

Spinning away on the trainer like a hampster on his wheel and hating it. :(
re: Refuse to Shovel - Driveway Snow Covered That's Not MeltingIAM
Apr 6, 2003 8:29 AM
We got freezing rain then about 6-8cm of ice pellets then more freezing rain. The whole mess is so hard that you can drive on it without cracking it. My son and I shoveled the plows remains at the end of the driveway and that was enough, couldn't get the rest off if you wanted to.

I'll never be able to ride the trainer without feeling like a hamster again. That's hilarious
re: Refuse to Shovel - Driveway Snow Covered That's Not MeltingBaadDawg
Apr 6, 2003 9:44 AM
Where are you Toronto?
Whitby, depending on traffic 1/2-2hrs from Toronto(nm)IAM
Apr 6, 2003 11:02 AM
All we got was SNOW!!!!!!!RCA
Apr 6, 2003 1:41 PM
I just came in from shovelling again. 35cm in last two days.Two school snow days in April unheard of. I got an OCR touring for my 50th in Feb. and all I have done is sit on it in the basement. West of Ottawa and North of Whitby in Orillia
Rick
I'd head over to horseshoe and get a few runs in.IAM
Apr 6, 2003 2:48 PM
No WONDER you are so grumpy!!!! (nm)Alexx
Apr 6, 2003 1:44 PM