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one for gordon/snow blowing/willow run

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I guess they plough first and then blow?
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Yes

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The thing about those blowers is that they are almost totally useless at clearing just a few inches of snow. You need to scrape it up first then blow it out the way - unless it is deep enough to blow immediately.

It will cut through snow drifted higher than the truck, given time and snow firm enough not to collapse behind it.
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