I'm up in NH helping my father out around the house... been snowing (lightly) since 7 a.m., probably laid 4'' down. It's supposed to get very heavy tomorrow and give us a few feet, which will be fun. It's 10Â°F out right now, and will be -5 or so tonight, so we're not going to have the ''sheet of ice covered in a foot of show'' problems they will further south. I like weathering the weather in NH, we have three AWD vehicles with hard service winter tires, and a 30HP tractor with a snow blower on the front.
Just as long as the Internet doesn't cut out...
I've heard there's ''gas horsepower'', and ''diesel horsepower''. I'll take your word for it.Ooh! I'm jealous, wish I had that larger wheelbase, ground clearance, and tires. It sounds like a big engine, but it's gas, so it doesn't really have that much get up and go. She'll chew through almost anything if you're patient enough. One year, many years ago, we got two feet overnight. I had to goose the carb into ''choke'' a little to make up the power, but I got through the whole driveway in one tank of gas.
I just got back from Brazil yesterday, only to be greeted with ice everywhere today! Here in Ohio, there's a nice coating of ice on everything. Spent 30 minutes this morning de-icing the girlfriend's car and getting her out of the driveway... It's a mess out there!