Friday, January 08, 2010

Snow plough stuck in the snow

Snow plough stuck in the snow


I have been in bed for a week with the flu or something, but yesterday I decided I needed to go for a longish walk. So I headed over to the old tree and back. On my way home I suddenly heard an engine, and as I came around a corner I spotted Tommy stuck in the snow with his Yamaha. He was using the Yamaha as a snow plougher and that was apparently a bit tricky. So after taking a few photos of Tommy stuck in the snow, I helped him get the 4-wheeler out of the snow, so that was my good deed of the day.

13 comments:

Lois said...

Nice for him that you got outside! I hope you are feeling better.

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Congratulations on your good deed - it is so embarrassing when the big machine for moving snow gets stuck! But it is still easier than using a shovel. Hope you did not get sick again after all of the exertion!
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B SQUARED said...

Get well!

Leif Hagen said...

Glad you're feeling better! Phew!
The snowploW was a good photo! Way to do a good deed! Were you a boy scout growing up in Haninge?

Steffe said...

Actually yes, I was a scout, but only for two years I think. Wasn't for me. Too many rules.

VP said...

After a flu a good deed indeed! Hope that once in a while it will go unpunished... Get better!

Olivier said...

J'aurais bien aimé en avoir un hier ;o))

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

It is snow fun being stuck in the snow!
Cheers.
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lemon said...

I wish you are better now, Steffe.
I adore all these snow photos of yours but I doubt I would get out of the house if I were there!!

brattcat said...

He looks like he's having an awfully good time for someone who's plow is stuck. I hope you are feeling much, much better now. And that you got a good new photo of the tree.

Don and Krise said...

That thing doesn't weigh near enough to plow very well. Good for you for helping him get un-stuck. Also I'm glad you're feeling better. I absolutely hate being down sick and stuck in bed. Drives me nuts!

bitingmidge said...

I hadn't actually considered that quad bikes would work in the snow, perhaps getting bogged proves they need care!

I need to see yesterday's chair without snow by the way!

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Steffe said...

I do feel a lot better. Although I'm still coughing, and have a runny nose thank you very much.

I use a shovel myself, but for the road and the drive way we have a guy with a big tractor to take care of the snow.

I'd see to it that you got out of the house every now and then lemon!

I will keep you updated on the chair!