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Old 11-17-2022, 05:21 PM   #11
Deb Mac
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Location: Logan Lake, BC, Can
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Got the snow off the back section. Front section harder bc of all of the covers, antenna etc. but most of that is off too. And picked up a battery leaf blower to make it easier to keep up. No snow in the forecast for a bit, so I’ll work on the front half a little longer - fiddle around between all of the vents - then close her up for the winter.
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