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Thanks for the photo. It is a cool photo but I don't ever want to see that much snow in real life. :eek:
 

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I do off roading in Ouray, Colorado in July. Some times we have drifts in the middle of July that we drive thru that are 20 to 30 feet high. Of course a snow cat cleared the road.

I have a snow plow located in my mountains, so I watched a lot of videos, of how snow was removed on Donor Pass. Pretty impressive to see those big wheel blowers in action.

Thanks for posting BadBowTie.
 

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Your photo is interesting in the fact that it was obviously taken in a very snowy cold winter in Estevan, Sask, and that is also the area where some of the hottest summer temperatures in Canada have been recorded....:)
 
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