Must not be a native.
Does he know how to use that shovel and what to do when a snow snake attacks!!Or hits a solid object while pushing the shovel and rams the handle into his.......hmmmm??Skillz us winter bound north country folks have finely developed....
The puppeh is what I noticed: On guard, ears perked and the hope a squirrel will make an appearance.
Looks fantastic. Can Chuy walk in it?
My favourite neighbours are the ones who wield their snow shovels freely and often.
Do you own a snow shovel?I see a puppeh, too, out lookin' for mischief.
As a northern native I use a regular long handled square blade shovel.It doesn't move much snow per scoop which helps keep the inevitable myocardial infarction at bey. It's also better for dealing with ice chunks.
We have four shovels, two ice-breakers (roof shovel and pitchfork), 2 snowblowers, five gallons of gas for the snowblowers, and a snowbank 8 feet high in my front yard. I haven't seen the pavement in my driveway since late December.
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