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3. Re: Out of the Blue Feb 9, 2013, 16:20 zombiefan
I was intrigued by your post and did some research. Snow can weigh anywhere between 5 to 15 lbs or more per cubic foot, depending on the type (dry, wet, compacted, etc.). But let's just average it to 10 lbs. 2000 lbs. in a ton, so you're looking at 200 cubic feet. Say you could get about .5-1 cubic foot on your shovel, about 200-400 shovel scoops...we'll go on the high side and say 400 shovels full. Let's even add another 100 for kicks. I'm sure you did at least 500. I know I did.

So yeah, you moved a ton.
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