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    Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Anyone got any strategies to reduce snow drifts? Looking for ideas outside of putting up a snow fence because it's too late for that now.

    Just trying to prevent a ton of shoveling in my driveway tomorrow.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Children?



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    throw snow downwind if possible.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

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    Children?
    Great idea except my son is only 7 months old.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Quote Originally Posted by acrozier22 View Post
    Great idea except my son is only 7 months old.
    Gotta toughen him up early!


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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Quote Originally Posted by acrozier22 View Post
    Anyone got any strategies to reduce snow drifts? Looking for ideas outside of putting up a snow fence because it's too late for that now.

    Just trying to prevent a ton of shoveling in my driveway tomorrow.
    Wait for warmer weather.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    If you have access to big wood pallets use them as a snow fence. Go out aways from your driveway and stack them 3-4 high. Leave a space of 4 foot or so between them. Use something like that as a snow fence now, doesn't look great but it will work.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Move to Arizona? :)



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Fill 5-gallon buckets with snow and dump them in your bathtub. Should only take about 25,987 trips to clear the snow.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Quote Originally Posted by HawkFanISUalum View Post
    Move to Arizona? :)
    We ran into a ******* snow storm at the Grand Canyon. That only works for part of the state.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    ask wife..... and be prepared to sleep on couch for a while



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Plant some shrubbery. Seriously you could still put up some type of snow fence on top of the snow you already have. You might have adjust it, when or if, the snow ever melts.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2020cy View Post
    Plant some shrubbery. Seriously you could still put up some type of snow fence on top of the snow you already have. You might have adjust it, when or if, the snow ever melts.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    I suggest Roger the Shrubber.



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    Re: Strategies to reduce snow drifts?

    Drive an SUV, Fly alot, break wind alot, raise cattle, breathe heavy, turn on all your lights all the time, Etc.



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