Let it snow.......

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  1. 80sz

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    Hey I’m in, I just pulled in down here on 34b. Gotta check how jobs gonna go and we’re doing it, I’m slicing up the bridge with our v6 slab saws if you wanna come watch me . We also have our deep cut saw here with a 54” blade
     
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    Take 34B to 42A (towards Aurora). Turn right on 90. Fargo Bar and Grille - good food.
     
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    Damm big saw there. I’m in town all day, let me know if you head this way
     
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    We are supposed to get 9-14" here in the Twin Cities today, Woo Hoo I get to test out the Monster snow blower I fixed up.
     
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    We have flood warnings on Thursday and Friday. Temps 54 then 56 and 90% chance of rain.....combined with all that snow.....Could be problems. Also, we has a somewhat steep embankment a distance back behind the homes so some are a little worried. Its blocked by a small wall. 20200815_073517.jpg
     
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    Not much vegetation on that slope to prevent erosion, have you had heavy rains on that before?
     
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    When the new homes were begin built, the "digging" caused the embankment. About four homes on each side of mine have the embankment; the rest don't. We did have a couple bad rain but no damage was caused because the real "long ass grass" has been planted and seems to have deterred any serious problems. One concern though is at the top of the embankment, Trees have fallen and we have some really big trees up there.....pines. If they fall, will they reach our homes? No. But then a lot of the soil will cut free. I hate to say we'll have to wait and see. My neighbor contact NYS Environmental Conservation and they said they'd help but nothing. Typical NYS.
     
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    Resized_20201224_103950.jpg NY ...don't hog it all. Oh well. maybe I will go for a cruise Saturday. Take the Goat. Screenshot_20180410-113706_Gallery.jpg
     
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    Dang!that bumper be prime for some pogeyin ^
     

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