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Benny ⭐
Wed Nov 27 2019, 05:28PM


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Will get you guys added and post an updated list this weekend. Will take entires through Friday! So if you haven't guessed your snowfall total yet, get in now!

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doo·hick·ey
Thu Nov 28 2019, 11:00AM

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89 inches

here, here!
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Van
Thu Nov 28 2019, 06:29PM
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I'm gonna go with 110"
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Thu Nov 28 2019, 08:34PM

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91 please if I’m not too late!

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Skyline Drive
Fri Nov 29 2019, 06:21AM

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Skyline Drive wrote ...

145"




I hope the Indian head test pattern avatar makes the P.C. snowflakes melt
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Polar Orbit
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To try and finalize the snowpool based on Benny’s rule of assigning closest number in case of duplicates.

78 was taken so fawnskindawn was given 89 which pushes doo·hick·ey to 91 and BBNona to 92


Inches Username
42 Christopher
52 furrymurry8114
53 MrOwl
54 MtnBluebird
56 Socalman
57 BCMoonridge
58 NShore.Allen
59 Scrambled
60 Cap'n Crunch
61 LkVw44
62 Scozz
63 Radha
64 USFS 1964
65 BillMnRidg
66 rebug
67 Tasman
68 Dian4BB
69 mcSQUIRREL
70 Hugereilly
71 BaughHumbug
72 Juliann
73 cricket
74 mtngram
75 Hornet
76 Charles
77 shovelheadkevin
78 SDGrandma
79 Tlingit
80 Kenai
81 WaveSlider
82 BusterBrown
83 BigBearSteve
84 99TJSahara
85 fawnskindave
86 ButlerPeakFire
87 kof218
88 Between⭐️S
89 Fawnskindawn
90 Cornbread
91 doo·hick·ey
92 BBNona
93 MtMan
99 Polar Orbit
100 Trueno4
105 Silver
110 Van
125 ChattieKathie
145 SkylineDrive

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C'mon Winter! Pass me up tonight! If I am going to lose, make me lose big...tonight!
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Fri Jan 17 2020, 07:39AM

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Mauluch wrote ...

Going high 102!



Didn't see my name on the list!
Might have a chance this year!

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Fri Jan 17 2020, 08:09AM
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I see Benny's original summary also missed Hank at 57 which got reassigned to BCMoonridge because 63 was taken. I think Benny needs to redo the final summary.

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Airport Razz
Jan 23 : 12:34pm
BPF - probably doesn't help you but we can get the premixed anti-freeze window wash fluid here in Big Bear at DIY. Rated down to -30 I believe.

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ButlerPeakFire
Jan 23 : 11:45am
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ButlerPeakFire
Jan 23 : 11:45am
New if we can just get some premixed windshield washer fluid that is rated for freezing that would be great....silly CA crap.

ButlerPeakFire
Jan 23 : 11:43am
Lol Wisconsin has huge domes of salt that get depleted every winter....the roads literally turn white from all the salt. Not super for your car but not awful if you wash it off after each storm.

Cornbread
Jan 23 : 10:59am
We have the undercarriage wash here in Idaho too.

Kenai
Jan 23 : 10:32am
I was in Colorado and the local car washes would also spray the bottom of your car to get the product off of your car as soon as the snow cleared. This stuff my work but it messes up your car. The car wash in BBL would be smart to add an undercarriage wash system.

Forest Grump
Jan 23 : 10:05am
Brine vs salt, either one is completey soluble in water and I believe snow is a form of water. The salt crystals dissolve to form a brine, brine is brine, they buy the salt from a vendor I am familiar, my company I worked for bought tons of salt per day It is the water based form that causes corrosion on the road and on your car. As far as brine sticking to the road this is BS, get it wet no difference. Your tires have fun disturbing it.

Forest Grump
Jan 23 : 09:55am
Being from the Midwest i am very familiar with road salt and brines. We towed our 2004 Honda CRV to Wisconsin behind our motorhome. First thing my brother asked, what year is your car. Brine, salt will rust out your car in 5 years. In northern Michigan they use calcium brines from the oil field. Brine is technically is no different from its solid counter part.

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Jan 22 : 10:15pm
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QuantumBear
Jan 22 : 07:31pm
So where is the salt going according to them?

Anyone remember from physics class The Law of Conservation of Mass ?

Quess it goes down micro black holes

holeinbow
Jan 22 : 05:51pm
East coast salt test that is...

holeinbow
Jan 22 : 05:50pm
Funny razz, passed right by the brine truck. Immediately behind it was two CHP suv's, presumably doing an easy coast salt test...what bothers me is how much salt is going into the lake. Where's the masses of bluegill and sunfish that we used to spend afternoons catching and throwing back?

doo·hick·ey
Jan 22 : 05:48pm
A 5 gal bucket should suffice. Just give Wisconsin's DOT a call..
heh



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