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#1358 Re: Official OT Thread pt. II Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:11 pm by C.lupus
Yeah, it's a bit deceiving. The side piles were equal to my side mirrors on my car and it was just wide enough to drive through. The major problems were that it is very open and we get a fair amount of wind so it just fills in with drifts and those side berms were fairly hard and compacted so it took that grader to move them (and he had to work at it).
#1361 Re: Official OT Thread pt. II Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:01 pm by Basti
They use similar drilling machines like when they dig tunnels, as far as I know. Never seen crazy snow tunnels like that myself but I know some people from southern Norway who get crazy amounts of snow each year. When the winter is over and the roads are open to traffic again it must be crazy awesome to drive through that.
#1365 Re: Official OT Thread pt. II Tue Feb 26, 2013 6:16 pm by john2jer
I haven't shoveled my driveway yet this winter. Instead I just went and bought a new SUV. My driveway is pretty gnarly looking. Ok, so I had to shovel a little of the end out because the darn city plows tried to block me in.
basketball royalty wrote:Is Miami considered a big city in the States? I thought guys just went there because of the weather and the bitches?