I don't know how much we got but it was way over 2'. This morning we were the same temp as Chazy but no wind roaring off the lake. The main difference is that I think the major storms are over. I have a new respect for Canadian engineering.
In Montreal city the Bombardier SW48 is the premier snow clearer. The plow is a little small but the 110HP (I was told today it is not 75HP as I thought and that makes more sense) Perkins is a monster and the rubber tracks are to die for. The main thing is the cab is heated, defrosted, wipers, washers, very powerful LED lights, emergency flasher, back up camera that I put in last summer and super comfy but tough to climb into for me anyway. 95 AMP alternator, 110v inverter and 12v power. Perhaps I will live in it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sSFsc_4sog
I'm in love.
PS, It happened as I predicted. My neighbors are asking when I can visit. Stave has a house on a fairly steep hill with a fabulous expensive brick driveway put in 20 years ago. The surface has sunk where the cars wheels go up and now a 5' monster sheet of ice at the bottom that no one can move thanks to the snow plows. His JD is stuck.....
Life's is just a bowl of cherries. so why do I just get the pits.