Honestly, nobody likes shoveling snow.

If only there were a way to make it fun.

You've heard the expression, the only difference between men and boys is the size of their toys.

What if we could get you a little remote-controlled snow plow and blower so you could just sit inside and clear the snow from your yard?

Okay, now that would be fun.

You'd be begging for the next snow to come along.

Below is a video of the smallest version of this idea. Maybe too small for most Wyoming snow jobs, but what the heck.

Admit it, you want one.

Okay but let's get serious.

This next one looks like something from that TV show where they battle homemade robots in a ring. Yes, there really is such a show and it's a blast to watch.

The device below is like a rumba for your house, but it's for snow, outside.

It's bigger and beefier than the little toy in the first video and would handle a basic light snowfall.

Now we're getting somewhere.

But we both know that's not going to cut it when we have a serious snow day.

Does that mean get out the old snow blower and shovels?

Not so fast.

Let's beef it up a little more with this next toy- ummm tool, that will have you wishing for near-blizzard conditions.

Just tell the wife you "need" this so you don't suffer from frostbite and a possible heart attack.

If you're still thinking you need a snow blower, we've got that too.

Just imagine sitting in your house, nice and cozy, and remote driving this thing back and forth.

If it has cameras on it then you never need to move from the comfy chair you're sitting in, you'll be able to direct it all around your yard, walkways, and driveways, from your recliner.

You'll be the envy of the neighborhood.

Let's see the wife complain about this. HECK, she'll want to try it herself.

I have no idea how much these things cost.

Nor do I care.

I want one.

WEIRD Wyoming Snow Drifts April Blizzard 2022

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

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