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I caught the cat

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svcummins

02-23-2021 06:29:50




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Cutting dikes this morning . Boy would I love to sit in that thing for a few winters




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ztrmower

02-23-2021 07:04:59




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 Re: I caught the cat in reply to svcummins, 02-23-2021 06:29:50  
ours got lost in white out week ago ended up in the ditch,they been going by as high as three times day trying keep roads open.that is a thankless job,some one on the route is always bit!!!!! about something. its big new cat outfut also they got last summer 4 units in my county we stay close freinds with whoever in units so they can help us if need be trying to get rr mail delivered,its been he!!!!!! to say least last couple weeks here trying to get it delivered, anybody want try being sub for day or two

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svcummins

02-24-2021 02:57:43




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 Re: I caught the cat in reply to ztrmower, 02-23-2021 07:04:59  
I wouldnt mind running grader for the county but your right someone would probably be mad over something



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svcummins

02-23-2021 06:58:56




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 Re: I caught the cat in reply to svcummins, 02-23-2021 06:29:50  
They are making a wind break too stop snow from drifting in the road . We call em dikes



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Determined

02-23-2021 06:37:56




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 Re: I caught the cat in reply to svcummins, 02-23-2021 06:29:50  
Some terms have a few too many meanings.

Are they making a ridge to catch blowing snow or are they creating a path for melt water to follow?



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300jk

02-23-2021 06:35:03




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 Re: I caught the cat in reply to svcummins, 02-23-2021 06:29:50  
Yep nice looking grader. Not sure what you mean by cutting dikes. Please explain !



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Ken Macfarlane

02-23-2021 09:34:37




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 Re: I caught the cat in reply to 300jk, 02-23-2021 06:35:03  
Trough or slot to catch blowing snow or trip it into drifting before the road. Cheaper than erecting snow fences.



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