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Old 02-03-2012
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Colorado snow

Took some pics of the trucks in the snow. Believe we got about a foot or so. Maybe a bit more. Hard to say with the wind blowing the snow into drifts.









Haven't driven the Bronco in about a month. Poor thing.




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You can keep all that crap lol
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Looks cold
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Nice. Send some to NC, plaise?

Your truck looks like a bug with feelers in the first picture.
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That's enough for some fun! We still have next to nothing here... just a bit in the ditches!
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Are you guys allowed to park in the road even during winter?
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Are you guys allowed to park in the road even during winter?
Yeah. Our plows don't go down residential and some side streets unless snow is over a foot.
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Bring some of that stuff here! We have about 2 inches total on the ground lol.
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Yeah. Our plows don't go down residential and some side streets unless snow is over a foot.
Really? Who does the side streets? Back in NY we had to have all vehicles off the streets by like November 1st. Unless there is no snow like this year then they will extend the deadline.
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Really? Who does the side streets? Back in NY we had to have all vehicles off the streets by like November 1st. Unless there is no snow like this year then they will extend the deadline.
The city does the neighborhood side streets and state takes care of most the other streets I believe.

I hate laws like that. There's no where else to park. A buddy of mine lives in Pasadena out there in Cali. He moved out there with a 01 Dodge Ram...lifted 7 inches on 35's. It wouldn't fit in his parking garage, so he had to park it on the street. They had a law that your vehicle must be off his street the first and third tuesday of every month for street cleaning. Thing is...there was no where else to park it so he kept getting tickets. Pissed him off, so he sold the truck. It was a nice truck too haha.
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Oh yeah out here they have that. I was talking when I was in NY during winters. He could have just moved his truck around the block. Lol. They normally do cleaning on parallel streets one day then the horizontal the next.
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You guys had a good snow storm. NM got part of it, but nothing to speak of.
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I got a couple of photo's as well didn't take to many though.




The snow stuck in the brush guard is from when I was ramming into the snow piles trying to get my truck to climb them, but they were to tall and steep lol.
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