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You have to take your ranger down to the mall parking lots, that is if they didnt clear them yet.... But its still snowing.

I was thinking of going to the north end but it might take 3 hours lol

Hows Groat Raod today/Yellow head ? do you go on them?
I was out lastnight bombing around, it was drifting across sherwood park freeway and a few feet of snow on the road at some points and on the side streets down around white had almost a foot on them! In the morning I take Baseline down 98th, to River Valley road, Groat Road, Usually a good route but all the hills and that round-a-bout, was stand-still. Then got stuck on the McDonald bridge for an hour, it was brutal!
Haven't been out today yet, gotta go get some shovels at canadian tire so i will get a few pics of what its like out here, I think there is more snow out here in Sherwood Park!
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I live in Winnipeg... And we have an inch and it took us a good week to get it..... I'm jealous!!!
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Just got in from shoveling out the driveway,
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And here is my ranger-sicle! lol
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You buggers! I have a brand new snow blower that I haven't been able to use!!!!!!
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Sweet! All we got here was a light dusting of snow this morning. It was still enough to get me out of bed early to drive the Subaru.

AWD + rear limited slip + turbo + manual transmission = freakin awesome to drive in the snow!
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I want Snow!!! But all we got is Rain
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Sweet! All we got here was a light dusting of snow this morning. It was still enough to get me out of bed early to drive the Subaru.

AWD + rear limited slip + turbo + manual transmission = freakin awesome to drive in the snow!

Must have been fun!!! I love Subaru's, an STI is number two on my next car list.
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Looks like fun
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i remember that stuff.
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Ah I wished itd snow here!
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I got a new sled last week... I want to ride it in more then grass! lol they are predicting 20+ cm here this week though... hopefully it actually happens... there's still bugs and green grass out here! (near peterborough Ontario)
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oh yeah we got some snow today too. my tires grip too good i can't slide out easily like i do with my all terrains lol. i even made it up my friends really steep driveway in 2wd with like 2.5 inches on the ground.
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**** YOU GUYS!!! Manitoba would be the only province in Canada not to have a snow fall warning....
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**** YOU GUYS!!! Manitoba would be the only province in Canada not to have a snow fall warning....
On the bright side you didn't have to spend an hour shoveling out the your driveway! Or get stuck in traffic for 3 hours on your way to work. It's not all fun and games! haha
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Just got in from shoveling out the driveway,
And here is my ranger-sicle! lol
Thats pretty sick, What part of edmonton you live in?


I bet you dont get any red light camera tickets like that!
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Sherwood Park, I think more fell out here than in the City.
Ya, its a pretty good way to avoid photo radar! haha not sure how much of a ticket it is if iget pulled over tho?
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Sherwood Park, I think more fell out here than in the City.
Ya, its a pretty good way to avoid photo radar! haha not sure how much of a ticket it is if iget pulled over tho?
was talking to my sister in Carstairs AB she said it was brutal..

no snowfall warnings where i live that i know of.. got a light dusting a couple days ago but its starting to melt now.. ya booo on the shoveling... we got a walkbehind self-propelled snowblower to plow the snow.. it also has heated hand grips and power spray chute too.. haha.. im hoping in feb or march i can afford to put the truck back on the road just in time for the mud.. haha
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On the bright side you didn't have to spend an hour shoveling out the your driveway! Or get stuck in traffic for 3 hours on your way to work. It's not all fun and games! haha
Lol but I want to test out my new snowblower!!
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lol that is cold

(coldest ive ever personally experienced is -5)
I think thats in Canadian temperature.
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I think thats in Canadian temperature.
I wouldn't call it Canadian temperature as much as I would everywhere in the world except the U.S. temperature, or "Degrees Celsius" if you want to get technical. lol
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yeah -25F is plenty easy to hit Andy. We usually get a stretch of -25 to -40 here in MN sometime mid winter. With all this global warming we have, we had a record like 30 days below zero last winter.
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my pictures!!!!! all while in my truck...BUT they aren't the greatest, from my phone, while trying to drive, and didn't take pics when it was really dicy, as i was trying not to die... there is no fog, it is all snow

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Snow? What is all the white powdery stuff? I think i'm going to go outside in my flip flops and enjoy my non-iced over roads.
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