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Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

Calgary must have at least had that much snow and cold though? At least off and on you guys have those chanooks out there..


This much snow almost never happens in Calgary.  And because of the chinooks, nothing really stays long.  The roads are always terrible though because they haven't figured out how to plow yet.

 

They are in this cold snap right now too, but a week ago it was 13 degrees there.



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Calgary must have at least had that much snow and cold though? At least off and on you guys have those chanooks out there..

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I'm sitting here with a hot pack on my back because it stiffened up from all the shovelling. Remind me why I

A) moved back to Ontario
B) moved into a house instead of a condo


 I have one of these.  Much easier on the back.  curved handle at top is important to have as it makes it easier to use.

Makes quick work of clearing snow.

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I was thinking about one of those.  Problem is that because I'm in a townhouse with no front yard to speak of, and a shared driveway, there is pretty much nowhere to put snow.  My snowbank is over 4 feet tall already, and with one of those, I wouldn't have anywhere to dump it.



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And don’t get me started on the ice!

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SensKat wrote:

I'm sitting here with a hot pack on my back because it stiffened up from all the shovelling. Remind me why I

A) moved back to Ontario
B) moved into a house instead of a condo


 I have one of these.  Much easier on the back.  curved handle at top is important to have as it makes it easier to use.

Makes quick work of clearing snow.

pACE3-7230281dt.jpg

 



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I'm sitting here with a hot pack on my back because it stiffened up from all the shovelling. Remind me why I

A) moved back to Ontario
B) moved into a house instead of a condo

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Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

......I switched to the Jets game. 😳


 I had originally tuned into the Sens game by accident looking for the WJ game



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Lol ironically I kind of like the cold for my pregnancy... but this is maybe.. too cold.

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......I switched to the Jets game. 😳

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Russell wrote:
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Brutally cold here too. I think we reached a high of -28 today. So much for going outside during the holidays lol


 And no real relief til next week.


 Sparky the squirrel's home may not make it to the new year. 


 i-thought-you-said-it-was-cold-out-here.



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senior wrote:
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Brutally cold here too. I think we reached a high of -28 today. So much for going outside during the holidays lol


 And no real relief til next week.


 Sparky the squirrel's home may not make it to the new year. 



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Both games are pretty dull because the outcome isn't the least bit in doubt. 



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Ryan's fingers are suffering from post concussion symptoms. 



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Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

Brutally cold here too. I think we reached a high of -28 today. So much for going outside during the holidays lol


 Brrr!  Got up to -17 here, nice and brisk!



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Spezzial-Delivery wrote:

Brutally cold here too. I think we reached a high of -28 today. So much for going outside during the holidays lol


 And no real relief til next week.



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If it was to end 4-1,though.....



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Brutally cold here too. I think we reached a high of -28 today. So much for going outside during the holidays lol

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Oh, and just because.... I was a dumbass and forgot to take the cover off the gazebo on my deck. Guess what collapsed this morning because there was so much snow on it?


 the garage?


 Christmas tree?


 Cat tree?



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Structures collapsing under snow, and -32 wind chill and having to plug in your car at night, my God why would your Mom come back for that???


This time of year is the Bell Canada Cup for kids hockey in Ottawa.  It's a major hockey tournament.

They had to bring the outdoor games indoors because it was too cold for the ice.

Yup, too frigging cold for ice, which gets brittle and chips easily creating ruts. 


 You guys are going to be -20 on Sunday and that's in Fahrenheit, celcius got be -100 or so or feel like it


 -32 c is same as -26 f.


 -40 c is the same as -40 f.

BTW I took my bike to get my skates sharpened today.  Had 4 layers and I wasn't cold b/c you generate your own heat.



 
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