Sometimes, busy people find that time flows by at a drastically fast pace. Time does not slow down for anyone, not even if you’re always on the go. Before you realize it, spring gives way to winter, and snow is on your doorstep once again.
Why should this be a concern for people who are always on the go? Snow is an obstacle, frankly speaking. If we’re not prepared for the eventual snow, we’ll find our daily routines hampered and our mobility lessened. It’s perfectly acceptable that we have a ready solution for when snow falls.
The last thing you’d want is to be stranded in your own home because snow is blocking your driveway. If you’ve experienced this already, then you probably have a spare snow shovel on your garden shed already. But do you know that snow shoveling can be dangerous? So, even if it’s not in your nature to slow down, be extra cautious when shoveling snow. You wouldn’t want back injuries or worse to slow you down any further.
I could suggest you to use one thing, though; I have seen a new and improved snow shovel while perusing the Internet one day. The first distinct change in its design that you will see is a bungee cord that is attached to the shovel bar. It is a couple of feet long and has another handle attached to the other end. What is this for? The bungee cord’s elastic nature allows you to lift the snow with ease, and the handle allows you to hold and shovel without needing you to bend over at the waist.
One other change is the type of alloy used in the shovel blade itself. While it looks identical to the mundane snow shovels visually, it is made of a lighter, but just as durable alloy. With less weight to worry about, you end up using less energy to scoop up more snow.
This is a speedrun of Shovel Knight (shovel only) by MunchaKoopas from Summer Games Done Quick 2015. The run starts at 6:30.
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