The 2014-15 snowpocalypse had a devastating effect on greater New England and some of its citizens, at least one of whom spent the winter months endlessly shoveling the driveway at Ye Olde Clunkbucket Estate here in scenic Vermont. Not to worry. We can see green, and the mountain of shoveled snow has finally melted. And even though a freak blizzard will certainly descend upon the Eastern seaboard from outer space as soon as we punctuate this sentence, we dare say it anyway. Winter, at the very least until this coming winter, is beaten.
Proof positive of this annual passing of wintery mixes is this Dodge W300 Power Wagon. The truck was seen in Rutland, Vermont and has apparently dropped plow – an undeniable sign that winter is over. The Power Wagon laughs at road salt, snow, ice, and even grauple. According to Ray Beane Tire in Rutland, the owner of this mighty beast brought it in for brakes, tires, and maintenance with the plan to use the Power Wagon as a daily driver. The Dodge W300 Power Wagon previously served at Plattsburgh Air Force Base. Godspeed to the intrepid owner of this near-indestructible truck.