At that age, it really IS all about you.
Anyway the wind blows.
I’m 100% sure that you don’t want to be in a serious accident, even though you aren’t driving.
A couple of days ago we had a high of 65F, Yesterday 20F with some light flurries. It’s not time yet.
If putting the plow away is anything like washing the car, then the answer is obvious.
Sometimes a strip is so boring you just have to think of a science lesson. Snow must come from the moisture in the air. In the dead of winter, cold air has a very low dew point … little humidity. Even the strong storms result in less snow fall.
As the weather warms, the air can hold more moisture. Now the storms have a greater potential for a big dump. The big ones we remember tend to be the late fall and early spring storms.
Someone remind this kid of Murphy
How now town plow?
Unless it’s substantially different in Michigan than it is here in Wisconsin (unlikely), the road crews do in fact put the snowplows back in their garages every time they’re done with them.
I’m glad the snowplow were ready here in Loveland Colorado
Saturday and Sunday we had a big storm drop 28 inches of wet heavy snow
I was able to get to work last night, but its a mess out there
I live on a tertiary street. Among the last of the city streets that get plowed. Often they don’t run the plow down our street until after the snow is melted. Go figure.
Back in the 80s, the neighboring county got a new road boss from another region, he looked at all the snow removal equipment in the yard that had not been used for years, so he sold it for scrap, that was the year we got more snow that we had for several years. The county had to pay big money to contractors to open the roads to get the milk out of the dairys for several months. The rest of the population had to make the best of it. He played to odds and lost.
Ah. So don’t worry about others, given that he’s not involved for another 8 years. Sounds about right for this kid.
I guess cars don’t ever skid off the ice, jumping the curb and ramming into obnoxious kids on the sidewalks.
And that is why you don’t trust and 8 year old regardless of his I.Q. with things he has no experience with.
July 31, 2013