Scoop, Scrape, and Relocate

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Shoveling snow is fun.

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want to do it for a living, or for more than an hour or so.

But I like grabbing the shovel, scooping up a big patch of snow, and relocating it.

Some people like to make a path and then slowly widen it one strip at a time.

Some people are messy shovelers: they leave odd chunks of snow here and there.

They probably do a bad job eating corn on the cob too!

I’m a borders person: I dig the outline of the area I want cleared, and then proceed to eliminate the snow within the border.

I like piling up snow too: I’ve got a few good miniature mountain ranges in my front yard now!

I’m not weird about it: I don’t name my miniature mountains!

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