Sounds nice! I'm dreading my 4-mile lunch run because the temperature is
supposed to be 97 degrees today.
Of course, my winters are probably a world easier than what you have to
endure! A lunch run during January up in Alberta would likely be below zero.
I've never experienced that!
"Holy Moses" wrote:
I am in Calgary, when I looked outside to check temp. it was 3 deg. C.
Went out to walk the dog, mountains are covered with snow! Our winter
is very dry so really it does not feel that cold. Some Indian elder
said to me the other day, we're in for early winter. I'd rather be cold
than hot, LOL!
sir, here in ky usa, we just get any leaves or debris out off the unit
and put a cover on top ,like a plywood or plexiglass,just anything flat
will work. put a few bricks on it to keep it on. this will keep the
leaves and snow out of it during winter. we dont clean the condenser
fins till spring,unless its a heatpump. you can get coil cleaners on
ebay, but usually just rinsing with water is fine. lucas
Plywood and bricks??
Im guessing you've got a refrigerator on your front porch and an old car
up on blocks in the side yard.
Lord knows whats in your trailer.
------------------------------- no trailor
bubba, big house and 500 acres... what a putz...
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