For anyone interested in bulldozers and what not. This is how we take care of snow here. This dozer starts off in the field next to our house, where they blow the snow from the road in February, so that area accumulates a lot of snow. It has to be melted in time for the owner of the field to begin farming, but traditional methods, such as sprinkling black ashes onto it to absorb heat from the sun and make it melt faster, no longer work these days, because of all the extra snow blown onto it from the street. Nowadays, the dozers and blowers and trucks come in to move the snow from the field to a nearby river.