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  1. tdawg5480

    tdawg5480 Member

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    Droid doesnt shovel 2 feet of snow here in CT haha be safe everyone:icon_ banana:
     
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    2 feet? I'm right on the border in Mass and we only got a dusting! I was expecting some snow this morning!
     
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    Actually it does, but maybe yours is just lazy?
     
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    Is there an app for that?:) Don't need it today but I will later.:)
     
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    I'm in Wethersfield and we maybe got 4". I could have shoveled the driveway with a leaf blower. The very light, fluffy stuff!

    @Martin: great avatar!!
     
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    20" in MD. My Droid hijacked a state slow plow and did a pretty good job of clearing the driveway....
     
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    Nyack, New York. Maybe 5 inches.
     
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    I would think there would be a remote control app or something for things like this. LOL
     
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    Lucky! Queens, NY almost 12 inches!
     
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    Mine did mine, my neighbors, and had hot cocoa ready for me when I woke up! :)
     
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    This storm is crazy. We got about 10" in Montclair NJ--just above Newark.

    I was afraid to take the Droid out with me when I shoveled, in case I lost it in a snowbank!:blink:.
     
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    We got 8 or 9" where I am in PA I left the droid in the house while I was shoveling the snow. Not taking any chances with that LOL