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Zachary Hoyt

12-20-2012 06:25:47

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I would say about 1 minute since each of those lots is so small he could clear it with one bucket width easily. Zach

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12-20-2012 06:42:23

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 Re: Hypotheticallly Speaking! in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 12-20-2012 06:25:47  
I agree with Zach because " is inches, ' is feet.

40 inches x 20 inches x 3 inches deep should be four to six scoop with a snow shovel or grain scoop. 10 inches x 35 inches x 3 inches deep souuld be 3 or 4 scoops.

That leaves more time to clean the snow off the tractor and have some fun with it.

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Stephen Newell

12-20-2012 06:38:28

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 Re: Hypotheticallly Speaking! in reply to Zachary Hoyt, 12-20-2012 06:25:47  
I think its a web site problem that changes feet marks to inches. I've had that happen before.

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12-20-2012 08:34:42

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 Re: Hypotheticallly Speaking! in reply to Stephen Newell, 12-20-2012 06:38:28  
it's a keyboard problem. don't hit the shift key , that changes it from this ' to this " .

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Hoofer B

12-20-2012 13:34:15

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 Re: Hypotheticallly Speaking! in reply to casenut1, 12-20-2012 08:34:42  
So should we figure that 3 feet of snow fell....

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chuck machinist

12-20-2012 16:45:52

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 Re: Hypotheticallly Speaking! in reply to Hoofer B, 12-20-2012 13:34:15  
Great knowledge was gained by watching you from the warmth of the front living room window,but when you went off to serve our country ,Dad snatched me by the collar and said ,lets see if this one can get it right! And thats how I remember it.

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Pastor John

12-20-2012 17:18:31

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 Re: Hypotheticallly Speaking! in reply to chuck machinist, 12-20-2012 16:45:52  
The perfect example of sibling rivalry.

Mom still liked me the best!

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