Friday, February 7, 2014

Snow Piles

With the amount of snow we have received this winter (somewhere around 3 feet) the piles of the white stuff in the parking lots are getting pretty big. With the plow that we have, the snow gets pushed in front of the truck. Once the snow pile gets to be around 3 feet tall, it doesn't go any higher. This means that the piles move out into the parking lot. Soon, I have to go out with the loader and move those piles out of the way. The piles end up being around 7-8 feet high. With the way this winter seems to be going, these piles will be here until May. Leave your best guess for when the last snow will be gone from the parking lots in the comments. I can't give anything for the person closest to the actual date except a mention in the blog. My guess is April 15th.

Our plow truck.


"No Parking Between Signs"

A seven foot tall, two hundred foot long pile of snow.

4 comments:

David Parks said...

Here in Minnesota err minnesnowta. Ill say April 11

DP said...

I might be foolish but I'm going to say April 1st

Brian Kuehn said...

March 15 - I waaaaaannnnnt to play golf!

Brian Kuehn said...

On a completely unrelated subject, I saw that the original course architect of Leslie Park died recently. Larry Packard was 101 years young when he passed away. Mr. Packard, I tip my hat to you for the design. Leslie's design has stood the test of time. Even though there have been some "tweeks" over the years, it is essentially still your course.