Technology to the Rescue!

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After the blizzard a couple of weeks ago, Ron and I decided that we needed a snow blower/thrower. My dear, California boy has now learned how to deal with the snow in style. We love Colorado! ❤

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31 thoughts on “Technology to the Rescue!

  1. Ahhj, men and their snow blowers. Right up there with men and their remote controls. Pretty soon he will find other guys in the neighborhood with whom he can do “dueling snowblowers.” Trust me on this one . . . I know! Big hugs and cute post.

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    1. Stephanie! I never thought of that! Too funny. We lived in Montana for 17 years and had minimal snow. It is colder there and the snow is different. In Colorado, we get snow like I grew up with in Wisconsin. Love it! 😀 ❤


    1. Ha, Ha. It was cold, Greg. As you can see we only have a small sidewalk and our driveway to do. Ron went down as far as he could on the sidewalks. We were outside maybe a half hour. I feel great. I followed behind with the snow shovel. I guess I am a real Northern girl. I love this stuff. For now, at least! LOL! Have a great rest of your weekend too! ❤

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    1. Yes, his first time. Even all the years we lived in Montana we did not have a snow blower. This stuff is just wet and heavy here. We are getting to old to shovel. LOL! We had over a foot in the blizzard a couple weeks ago. 😀 ❤


  2. Colleen, you have no idea how this makes me laugh. My uncle bought a snow blower several years ago when we had some snow in Kentucky, a very rare incident, and passed away before we ever had another. I wonder at times if it was because he never got the opportunity to use his snow blower that caused his heart to break, but the winter after his death, we had snow. His son-in-law used the snow blower for the first time ever. Makes me wonder if my uncle sent that snow just so the blower could be used before it fell apart from neglect.
    Be careful, even with that help, because the cold weather can still hurt you, after your years in the swamp land of Florida. Take time to adjust to the cold CO winter before overheating yourselves with the manual labor in that “too much pure Oxygen” air up there.
    Hugs, Angie

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    1. Thanks, Angie. Thank goodness we were only in Florida for 2 years. Before that we were in Prescott, AZ up in the mountains 5,000 ft. up. We have just the driveway and our sidewalk to do, although Ron did go up and down the sidewalk on our side of the street. I don’t think we were out there more than a half an hour. What is hard is the dryness. You have to hydrate and drink lots of water. Your story about your Uncle was so sweet. I am so glad you got a good chuckle out of us mastering the art of snow blowing! LOL! ❤ 😀

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      1. I am very familiar with the dryness Colleen. My sisters live in Co. Springs and Monument, and at one time I was able to visit. I’m not sure there was any water left in the reservoir when I left. I wish I could live in the mountains, but with MS that had to be ruled out, so I’ll remain in Kentucky and continue looking at the photos my sisters send me, and the ones I took when visiting.

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    1. It was, Judy. It is a cool little machine. It even has an electric start! I have a feeling we will be using it quite a bit. The weather men are predicting a higher than average snowfall for Colorado this year… OF COURSE, they are! LOL! ❤ :d

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  3. We kept a snow blower, even as we moved to southern states, knowing we’d be back in the North some day. When he’s out of town, I shovel…I don’t like the noise or the smell, and I love the exercise ! ☺ But men and machines. He’ll fire up a leaf blower on a porch where I’d use a simple broom…go figure. Hope you’re loving it out there. ☃️ ☃️ ☃️

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  4. Excellent piece of equipment. It doesn’t snow that much here, but when it does it’s not easy. I live on top of a hill, too narrow for them to spread grit, and I have no Ron to give me hand. My neck and back aren’t very keen on shovelling snow.

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