Snowing Down Part Two

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For those interested in “The Rest of the Story” following yesterday’s post, here it is in all its glory, with a Haiku to boot:

Snow wisely cowers
Shoulders back heart take comfort
Flame-like it razes

Suggestions for a name are welcome!

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13 thoughts on “Snowing Down Part Two

  1. diannegray says:

    How about Braveheart? After all, it’s doing your heart good 😉

  2. Marie Taylor says:

    Snow falls, wind blows –
    the Lutheran laughs.
    Ha!

  3. shoreacres says:

    Clearly, it has to be Mephistopholes (Mephi, for short). It looks like it’ll do a devil of a job!

  4. agjorgenson says:

    OK, I like that very much, although it would have the surprising result of making my back yard on a January morning a cold day in hell. All sorts of things could come of that!

  5. jannatwrites says:

    Now that’s a nice piece of machinery (beats a shovel any day!) I’ve never actually seen a snow blower (I live in the desert…it doesn’t snow.)

    Chuckled at your last comment about the ‘cold day in hell’. 🙂 I’m not good with names, so I’ll leave that to the clever commenters!

    • agjorgenson says:

      Thanks! No, I suppose you don’t see too many of these in Arizona, but then again we never see dust storms. I’m not good with names either, but I’m getting some good suggestions!

  6. Denise Hisey says:

    The Snowminator!
    😉

  7. agjorgenson says:

    Now there’s a name to strike fear in each and every flake!

  8. Diane Rivers says:

    What comes immediately to mind when I look at the picture of that intimidating hunk of machinery is “Beast”. I’m envious of such power – I have a pathetic Toro that barely gets the job done and doesn’t even have a name.

  9. agjorgenson says:

    Now, the nice thing about “Beast” is its rich rhyming possibilities, plus it may scare the snow away with an appropriate sign, just like dog warning signs keep burglars away.

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