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this is a sign that brings out a happy smiles

When you turn down your street and see this sign, you can let out a holler…YAY!.. It is the city telling you that your street is scheduled to have the snow removal crews visiting your street/area between those times. Everyone makes a special effort to clear the cars off the street. You find a place to park if you don’t have a laneway. They came this afternoon. Now when I look outside, my street, and sidewalks are clear of snow!

We live in a part of Canada that can get serious snow, but we are also blessed with a wonderful Cleaning and Mtce crew.. It doesn’t take long for our streets and highways to be cleared, (major)… side streets do take longer, but all in all, we have a very efficient system.

Improve yourself to have a kinder heart. Do what you can to be caring and considerate to make others happy.

Perfect Liberty 2021.3

Begin each day with a renewed sense of appreciation.

Perfect Liberty 2014.6
the snow in the woodlands is still big and fluffy =^_^=

Comments on: "Happiness is, seeing this sign" (8)

  1. Thanks for the interpretation… 🙂 being a country dweller, I had no idea what it meant!

  2. Nicholas Vrtis said:

    When I was a kid growing up (when did have get grown up). Their idea of ‘cleaning’ the side streets was to drive the garbage trucks down the streets. The big double wide tires would make a nice set of ruts.

    Downtown, they would scoop up the snow with front end loaders, dump it into dump trucks and then dump the snow over the bridge into the river that runs through downtown.

  3. We never get such snow, so I needed your explanation of the sign 🙂

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