Doing wonders with those windrows

Sahali resident Daryll Laboucan found a novel way to rid the base of his driveway of the annoying ice wall windrow left behind by city snowplows.

He grabbed a garden spade and decided to cut the barrier into blocks before packing them onto his front yard.

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How do you deal with that frustrating frozen feature every winter? Do you attack it with a shovel or pick-axe or do you risk bottoming out by driving your vehicle over the menacing mound?


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