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    That is a great idea for my Yankee relatives.

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    Pretty useless for a REAL snowfall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob_3000 View Post
    Pretty useless for a REAL snowfall.
    Yes unfortunately for me I have seen some where the plastic sheet would have to be made out of 20 mill sheet and take 10 guys to pull it off of the vehicle if you could find the car in the first place. I hate snow unless it is in a cone and flavored
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    I grew up in Michigan as a kid and we later moved south (I still have my sled, my grandma kept it for me). Michigan is a beautiful place in the summer time and not so much in the winter unless you like snow, but I am too soft now to go back.

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    I'm in the middle of the UK, Northampton to be precise. We sometimes get snow and it remains to be an unlikely weather option.
    Further north in Scotland, you are more likely to get some and a plastic sheet may help, but I think the Jocks would laugh at such an idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    Yes unfortunately for me I have seen some where the plastic sheet would have to be made out of 20 mill sheet and take 10 guys to pull it off of the vehicle if you could find the car in the first place. I hate snow unless it is in a cone and flavored
    Ice belongs in drinks, and snow belongs on mountains and post cards. I feel ya!

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