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Thanks for the shovelling

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One evening my husband spent two hours shovelling our driveway so that early the next morning, while our newborn baby slept, I’d be able to head out to the gym for a quick workout, then grab a few groceries.

As I opened the garage door, I immediately noticed the snow grader had passed and left a two-foot high snowbank. I had limited time away from home and knew that this would cut into it.

Seconds later, two men in a large truck with a snowplow attachment asked if they could remove the snow. Within seconds, all the snow was removed and off they went.

A big thanks to Vandal’s Landscaping for the wonderful gesture. I can’t thank you enough for plowing my driveway.

— Kristina Sinclair

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