Baby, it's cold outside!

HecticArt

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I broke my snowblower last winter. (Pulled the starter cord right out of it. (I know, I'm a brute.))
Took it to get it fixed over the summer. Used it once this winter. It wouldn't stay running. Turns out that the breather valve thing in the gas cap fell out and it it had vacuum problems.) I ordered a new gas cap, and it hasn't snowed since.
I just might get through the season without having to use it again.
 
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scotchandcigar

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I broke my snowblower last winter. (Pulled the starter cord right out of it. (I know, I'm a brute.))
Took it to get it fixed over the summer. Used it once this winter. It wouldn't stay running. Turns out that the breather valve thing in the gas cap fell out and it it had vacuum problems.) I ordered a new gas cap, and it hasn't snowed since.
I just might get through the season without having to use it again.
Ha! I had the same thing happen with the gas cap. It would run for a while, then keep stalling. And since I also broke the pull-start cord, I'd have to push it back to the garage. But with the new cap, it's been great all winter.
 
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JHDK

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This may be our last cold front until like October. It's currently 65 and feels great. Hopefully it sticks around all week.
 
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HecticArt

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Today was the first day of the year I could go to work without a jacket.

I cleaned the grill to start the season and grilled some nice steaks on Saturday night.

There is hope!!!!!!

I'm still going to leave the snow shovel by the back door just a little longer.
If I put it away, it'll snow again for sure.