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Two shovels are better than one

The heavy snow that dumped down on Greater Trail Monday morning was an afternoon task for removal by many residents, including Lorna Richardson, left, and her neighbour Gary Hoglund. Hoglund had just cleared the snow pushed into his driveway by a City of Trail snowplow when he decided to pop over and help Richardson shovel the wet snow out of her driveway. They shouldn’t put the shovels away just yet. Environment Canada is predicting up to10cm of snow by tonight. - Timothy Schafer
The heavy snow that dumped down on Greater Trail Monday morning was an afternoon task for removal by many residents, including Lorna Richardson, left, and her neighbour Gary Hoglund. Hoglund had just cleared the snow pushed into his driveway by a City of Trail snowplow when he decided to pop over and help Richardson shovel the wet snow out of her driveway. They shouldn’t put the shovels away just yet. Environment Canada is predicting up to10cm of snow by tonight.
— image credit: Timothy Schafer
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