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Got blessed with a welcome heavy wet snow fall. The weather man blew the call on this one. Had wind warnings out for 100 km with gusts to 118 km, oh ya had my snow tires taken off the day before. With the snow depth behind the Crosstour don't think they would help, so it was the Honda Snowblower to the rescue.
 

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snow no more!!!

heh-- i lived in rochester NY befor coming to sunny fl and we had snow in june-- there were only 2 seasons-- winter and fourth of july-- and sometines we skipped fourth of july:) :)
 

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heh-- i lived in rochester NY befor coming to sunny fl and we had snow in june-- there were only 2 seasons-- winter and fourth of july-- and sometines we skipped fourth of july:) :)
So very true melgott.....I somehow survived Rochester winters for 40 years. Thank God no more!!
 

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God's Country

Man you live out in God's Country, I checked out your coordinates. You need to tell us how the CT drives in the snow.
 

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Mud on Mud

No longer white on white now transferd to mud on mud. The weather man turned on the rain tap and we can't find the shut off valve. Beware all big lifted 4 X 4 off road trucks "your dead in your tracks" and all CT etc owners. Yes the CT is great in snow with 4 winter tires dependent upon snow depth. Take a look what happend to 2 large track hoes that came to the rescue of a stuck JD field spayer.
http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/city/pages/sk-21_metric_e.html
 

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