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a walk at the zoo #636738
01/23/16 11:50 pm
01/23/16 11:50 pm
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snow let off about 330...while I was in the shop workin on the t25t...she clears the truck out so I can go check on the zoo animals.(we volunteer at the tri state zoo)
after driving for 45 min (it is 11mi. ya no) counted about 15 vehicles.(I 68) broken down plow too..finally arrive there only to discover..NOT PLOWED...got stuck for awhile finally parked in the single plowed trac and walked the remaining 1000 or so yards in knee deep snow.
put some wood in the furnace (for the reptile house) then proceeded to the aviaries.(propane in one) found the circuit breaker tripped so reset and walked back to the truck.
what an afternoon.

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Re: a walk at the zoo [Re: mac] #636744
01/24/16 12:37 am
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Good for you mac..... The animals will thank you in the morning bigt


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