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Re: No Snow

If you lived on a narrow, steep and winding road with a sheer drop-off on 
one side
you would want to have 4 inches plowed.  We always have a 4-wheel-drive 
vehicle of some sort, but even so our road can be tricky with that much 
In a message dated 12/9/2009 1:02:41 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
TeichFauna@aol.com writes:

You must have had snow already, and got the 4 inches on top??  Can't  
imagine needing a snow plow with only 4 inches.  We got 2-3 inches here,  
and I'm 
sure the city, nor any individuals even HAVE a snow plow.  We have  a small 
snow shovel that we use for shoveling  mulch, brought it from 
Germany....but didn't need that either for  the snow we got.  First snow 
ever that early, 
and only the 6th time in  history that it snowed in Dec.  In my 20 years 
here in Houston, it's only  the second time for any measurable snow.  

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