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My wife took this photo of me attempting to clear a path on our driveway yesterday afternoon...from the amount of snow that fell this will be a two or three day operation to clear away all the snow around the house. Anyhow, this morning she discovered that she left the Z6 outside all day and overnight - we were so caught up on the snow removal that - oops..... Good news...camera, lens, operational and no obvious problems..

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Bill Mellen
Any snowblower that starts and runs reliably is a godsend :)

I have not lived in snow country since 1983 and one thing I do not miss is the malfunctioning, obstinate beast of a second hand snowblower I bought when living in Saratoga Springs, NY.
 
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We bought a fancy-dancy Toro snowblower two years ago. It has worked well as I only used it once last winter and not at all so far this winter. It has a plug-in electric starter and starts instantly even after sitting since the previous winter.

With above-normal temps expected for most of the next two weeks it may not get used at all this winter. But we do still have February and March.

Glad to hear about the toughness of your Z6.
 
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