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Saturday, February 6, 2010
a snowstorm and a chance to relax and carve
hi folks , most of us try to find time to carve, a time that you can just sit not worry about time, where you have to go , and things to do,, a snowstorm is a good time to find time...,, for now the snowstorm in the east has hit us hard, so far i have 19 inches out on my deck as you can see on the photos, its a time that i have to think about plowing and digging out , i plow both my place , my folks and the whole farm, last snowstorm took me 6 hours, and that was only 14 inches, the plow i have is not a plow but a grader, which works great but its on the back of the tractor not on the front, my neck gets a workout,,,, i am happy we have something to plow with, and very happy i dont have to shovel it all,,,,,,, i will find time to carve, and if your one of those lucky ones, that can stay home and enjoy the outdoors from the inside where is warm , enjoy,,, and take the time to carve, its one of the nice times to do so,, i will get my time later today,,, i have learn to enjoy everything, yes i have to plow but thankful i have not only the plow but healthy to do so, so enjoy not only the snowstorm, but taking the time to think about the things that mean the most to ya, you be surprised how much there is to be thankful, happy and safe carving to ya, arleen