Monday, December 2, 2013

Plow Truck

Some days I really wish I had one of these. Well, at least from December through April, I wish I had one sitting near my driveway. Then come the end of April it could magically disappear and return the next year. Ya, I know I'd get the calls during big storms, friends calling favors, but I could handle it. You see, the idea of another winter of snowblowing my driveway is beginning to get old. I could sit in the cab all toasty with the heat  going full blast, with the news blaring about how bad the storm was going to be, a cup of java at the ready, and I'd be perfectly content. As a matter of fact, I might run the plow up and down the tar 3 or 4 times just to make sure everything was clean.
This ain't a dream.
I've thought of the idea lots of times.
I'd just need a place to hide it for about 7 months.
Of course, with 10 acres or so I might be able to find a place.
Would it be worth it?
To keep an uninspected truck and plow up back in the trees, away from Elenka's eyes.
Impossible!

14 comments:

  1. Elenka obviously keeps you out of trouble. . .many, many times!!

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  2. Some fantasies are best left as just that .. it does sound pretty cool though :)

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  3. I think that you deserve it. Go for it. Ask for forgiveness later.

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  4. That certainly would come in handy during the winter months.

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  5. oh, you'd be very popular! a new winter career!

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  6. Great idea. The thought of shoveling my driveway in Michigan one more winter is what finally prompted me to move south. No regrets!

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  7. You could come and plow the laneway behind my place! ;-)

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  8. Maybe there will be no snow...afterall, yesterday's "storm" turned to rain...But you & Elenka will have to discuss this further, right?

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  9. Maybe we'll have a mild winter. ;)

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  10. Completely understand the desire . . .

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  11. I like that imagery so much I made some hot chocolate and imagined a big snowfall. I grew up in Michigan and miss piles and piles of freezing slush!

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  12. I don't know, you behind a wheel of one of those.

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