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PEDAL-PUSHER Posts: 6,501
1/17/12 11:16 A

I don't mind doing it. It's great cardi! I usually don't bother with anything under 6", as I have a 4 wheel drive vehicle. A few feet takes me several days (my main driveway is 25' long, plus a path to the garage and the mailbox) and by the time I'm done I am glad to do cardio that doesn't involve a shove., but actual shoveling isn't bad.

JESSIJESS8058 Posts: 158
1/17/12 10:52 A

I don't particulary enjoy it, but I get myself through it by thinking about how many calories I'm burning while I do it :)

ERICWS SparkPoints: (8,307)
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1/17/12 10:48 A

I like doing it when I need to do it.

SOLARISX SparkPoints: (793)
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1/17/12 10:36 A

When I used to live in Nebraska, I actually didn't mind it. At my house, there wasn't a whole lot to do in winter (especially since we lacked zombie entertainment like high speed internet and cable TV), so anything that gave me something to do was great. But I also spent the summer cleaning barns out at the farm where I kept my dairy goats. This gave me a way to keep my arms amazing year-round (and since moving south, I miss how my arms used to look from those activities now that I can't do them down here).

HGBT123 SparkPoints: (6,369)
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1/17/12 10:32 A

How many people like to shovel snow?

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