Will you need help shoveling after the storm? Or, are you offering shoveling services? Let's try and help out our Burlington neighbors during the blizzard.
Will you need shoveling out after the storm? Are you a student looking to make some money shoveling today or tomorrow? Let's get a list started of people offering shoveling/plow services. We've put out a call on the Burlington Patch's Facebook page for people who are willing to lend a hand. If you know someone who needs shoveling or wants to offer shoveling, have them post in the comment section below!
With the onset of another monster blizzard, Patch has put together a quick safety guide for dealing with two of the most difficult experiences during snowy conditions: driving and shoveling.
Those feathery flakes looked so majestic as they twinkled down to earth Tuesday night. However, on Wednesday afternoon, with sidewalks piled high with snow, walkways frozen solid, and cars buried under mountains of white, the inevitability of having to shovel our way out of this storm reared it's ugly head. Here are a few quick tips to help get your walkways clear and your car free from this onslaught from Jack Frost. The biggest problem that arises from shoveling is lower back pain and the risk of slipping on ice. To avoid this, try using snow melters or salt once the storm slows down. Let the salt work on the frozen stuff, making it easier to shovel overall. If the ice still isn't gone, it's a good idea to carry along a spade or another …