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ebinmaine
1 minute ago, Jeff-C175 said:

Wonder why?

Probably aliens. Or birds. Both are well known for disabling street lights.   

So I've heard.   

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Handy Don

Birds, aliens, paranormal phenomenon? :)

 

I grew up rural but my line of work made living in the suburbs much more sensible so here I am. (Side note: over the last few years it has become possible to work "remote" a lot more, however former colleagues tell me the work product and productivity are both suffering from the loss of valuable hallway, break room, and "lets do lunch" interactions.)

I fully accept that the sidewalk, streetlight, street paving, policing, garbage/recycling, leaf pickup, property appearance, zoning, and power equipment noise debates (as well as real estate taxes) between rural and suburb are on two entirely different planes--and that this is as it must be given the different densities of the populations.

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SylvanLakeWH
45 minutes ago, Jeff-C175 said:

 

Don't care for 'em here either but there is one ancient one about 500' up the road in front of the neighbor's house.

 

Somehow it never stays lit after they come and replace the bulb for more than a few days.  Wonder why?

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Careful…

 

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kpinnc
50 minutes ago, Jeff-C175 said:

Somehow it never stays lit after they come and replace the bulb for more than a few days.  Wonder why?

 

Dang woodpeckers!

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Lee1977
On 1/18/2022 at 12:42 PM, SylvanLakeWH said:


Weather forecaster job is the best job in the world… get paid weather (pun intended) you are right or wrong… :party:

The best part of weather forecasting Is that you don't have to go back and fix anything. 

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sparkie333
On 1/17/2022 at 5:05 PM, squonk said:

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Oh--If I forgot to say it---You guys know that you can keep all that snow up there---Only good thing would B the seat time---i just don't need the snow.

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sparkie333
On 1/18/2022 at 11:43 AM, ebinmaine said:

Our growing season here in Maine when we have a very very low chance of getting Frost overnight is basically from June 1st until September 1st.

I can't remember ever getting a plowable snow May or September.

We do occasionally get a plowable snow in either April or October.

November and December could go either way but lately there hasn't been much.

 

Up in the White mountains of Maine it's quite common for them to get winter weather starting about September 1st and not ending until the following mid-May. 9 months of possibilities there.

 

Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Literally all year. They even get snow on the peak in midsummer. Not every year though.

 

Part of my intention with buying the C-160 Automatic this past fall is to keep the big plow on it year round. Snow or dirt work will be its dedicated task.

 

 

Great pick of that C160 automatic---Great work horse.

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