Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Snowblowers for sale

Giovanni on the left and the other two Home Depot guys helped me decide between several different snowblowers. My broken snowblower is standing abandoned in our garage. The $499 price tag surprised me but I did buy one! I'm ready for the huge blizzard predicted for later this week!

18 comments:

  1. Just in time; I heard that the Midwest is in for "a big one." For your sake, I hope it's true...that's a pretty good price tag! And, this time you just didn't look...you actually bought it. Hope it gives you many hours of pleasure!!

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  2. What's wrong with using a "snöskyffel". Too lazy are we?

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  3. Hope it comes in handy. WIll be easier than a shovel I hope!

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  4. Oh... it seems long time I have not visit your blog, your blog header is very striking!

    Beautiful.

    You Got a Posty
    My Bangkok Through My Eyes!

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  5. Well, I bought one from Home Depot several years ago. It was around $250.00 and is small so my wife and I can manage it. Now, I am not able to be outside, so she has to do it all by herself. So I am happy that I got the smaller one.

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  6. I don't believe we have a snow-blower section in our Home Depot! :-)

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  7. We definitely don't have a snow blower section at our Home Depot. We do have an emergency generator and other hurricane supplies section though!

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  8. I would think that in MN like Maine, a blower or a plow is a given. Stay warm!

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  9. Not part of our hardware at all. Christmas dinner will be outdoors here and we will be looking for shade! Happy Christmas!
    I just made of copy of the peanut butter biscuit recipe - must make some today.

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  10. So, proof that one of the two seasons in Minny-sota is SNOW, the other being ROAD REPAIR....Is it true that your plan is to blow the snow out of your driveway into your neighbors?

    Yours truly,
    Maytag (The Agitator) la Vache
    ;-)

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  11. Snow blower can be nice to have if you have a large garden.

    Wish you a Merry Christmas Leif.

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  12. I have to say I've never seen one before but it looks like a handy tool.

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  13. I'd love to handle one of those! Giovanni has surely some Italian ancestor...

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  14. tres important, mais ici il n'y a pas assez de neige pour utiliser ces machines

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  15. This is a shop where my husband could have spent time and money!:-)

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  16. Thanks for your visists and kind comments this year. Please accept my best wishes for this Christmas and a very happy New Year for you and your family!

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  17. I've never seen a snow blower before how are they used

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