You know, one of the best inventions of the last 50 or so odd years is the snow blower. No longer do we have to strain our backs to remove the frozen wet stuffs. You just go out to your garage, top off the tank, and fire it up; then you go out and toss snow into the air at a few mph.
Now, if you go out to start your snow blower after a good snow and you find the durn thing won't start, you have a problem.
That's what happened to me. I was already to play with my high powered toy and pulled the string........................nothing. Apparently someone had left the switch in the on position all summer. Now, I'm no mechanical genius, but I think that is a bad thing. So, I grabbed the older equipment and did the back breaking job of tossing the snow off the drive and walk.
Does anyone know the number of a good chiropractor?