Went out for a ride with Ryan we maybe got 15 miles in before the dragon blew up......FUCK!!!!!!fucking snow was deep and I got stuck quite a few times,when I finally caught up to Ryan the hood was up and the motor seized.....needless to say we are probably out for Feb.!
Originally Posted by RipnChick
then I'll be busy fingering myself on Saturday with my in-tact fingers, thank you.
A few pictures of St Paul and our house (Shoreview, NE Cities) area. We had a good 20" at our house and St Paul had about 15 or 16 it looks like. As stoked as I am for the snow, I am really tired after blowing that crap all over hell. My poor Roper 826 got the workout of its life! There were times in drifts that the snow coming out of it couldn't get over the drift I was trying to blow through.
I'll get a picture of it tomorrow or whenever I can remember, but the south side of the quilting garage has a 6 foot cornice on it. I think I'll probably have to shovel it down or risk all future quilting parties.
Then came Rochester's snowiest month on record.
Nine inches of snow fell on Dec. 3-4,
16 inches on Dec. 10-11,
6 inches on Dec. 15-16,
6 more on Dec. 20, plus nearly
3 more on Christmas Eve.
In all, that's almost 40 inches of snow —
I'm loosing my mind, but as long as I keep the part that tells me when I gotta pee I should be OK.
Not only is the snow "ruined," any trails that run along roadsides are just not worth riding on down south beings as they have salted and sanded the shit out of things, then pitched it all off the road onto the trails. Might as well ride down a gravel road. Right now it's pitching down ice pellets like a little mofo, with rain coming down pretty hard at times.
In Fargo, they had a 100 car pile up that was about a 1/4 mile long.
Also in Fargo, I was treated to this shot taken by my sister. Can't wait to get back up north to rage around!!!
It is dumping like a mofo in DCUBA territory right now. Unfortunately I don't own a sled right now, Rubi's short track still isn't running right, and Baller is stuck in Fargo due to the roads being closed.