Over the last couple of weeks, nearly every part of the United States of America has received snow, from the 7+ inches received in Hays, Kansas, to snow falling in Las Vegas, NV, and the traffic shutdown deluge in the Northeast. We all need to get out there and clean our driveways and sidewalks, and there are definitely some tools that are better suited to the task than others.

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6 Comments

  1. I live in the Willamette valley in Oregon lol so we get about an inch of snow, so it’s easy just to wait for it to melt

  2. Ingrid Lind-Jahn on

    We shovel. It’s only really bad if we get a wet, heavy snow, which is not typical for Wisconsin. It takes time, but it’s so pretty after a snowfall, and it counts as exercise, and you can take a break for hot chocolate. Although after a winter like this, the snowbanks get pretty tall and shoveling is more of a challenge.

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