Love Working In The Snow Today....not !

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by nwcs, Mar 11, 2013.

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  1. nwcs

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    sunny darlington today
     
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    at least if you get stuck people can follow the hose to you location! lol
     
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    Man I take my hat to you.
    I went out this morning and the top pole started form ice and had a right time trying to slide it back down again. Didn't starting snowing till lunchtime.
     
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    Hope Smurph don't see the 2nd pic. If the pole was to be held at the extended height and the operator was to slip in the snow, the pole could touch those cables and frazzle the operator.

    Go figure.
     
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    suppose that would be one way to get a bit warmer and de-ice the pole at the same time :D
     
  8. nwcs

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    weather was sunny 1 min and snow blizzard the next,

    tuc me nearlly 5 hours to get 3 hours work done, as had to keep stopping,

    plenty of cupers from great customers,
     
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    it was ok until about 3 and then my stuff started freezing.
     
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    Hope it was worth all the hassle?

     
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