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On your trip to the mailbox, did there happen to be the new issue of SS&D? One of the Learning Exchange articles is on shadow weave. So you have something to look forward to after digging out yet again!

Catherine D.

I got SS&D a few days ago. The article didn't cover anything I didn't already know.


I think that snow blowers are one of the great inventions of this century. Right up there with penicillin.

Kate W

Snowblower - best house investment we've made.

Catherine D.

Unfortunately, I'll bet that the only ones left around here are either underpowered or poorly built. But I'm still going to check!


We bought our snowblower after last year's record snowfalls. Didn't have another flake after that! This year we're getting our money's worth, although we haven't been getting the snow you have.

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