Fire Hydrants, adopt one today

Adopt a fire hydrant today.  They make excellent pets because you don’t have to feed them or walk them.  Fire hydrants get buried in the snow and that makes it harder for the wonderful folks at the St. Paul fire department to hook up a hose so they can put out fires.  It will be your job to clear the snow around the fire hydrant that you adopt.  In addition you can put a hat on it and name it Sam. 

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4 Replies to “Fire Hydrants, adopt one today”

  1. What a nice way to spread a sense of commmunity to the residents! I wonder though, is it just for the winter, or is it for rest of the season as well?

    1. Teresa Boardman says:

      It is just for the Winter. They don’t need any kind of maintenance that we can do they just need to be kept clear of snow in the winter.

  2. So nice of you to name your fire hydrants after me…

    Do you really have that much snow already?

  3. I love this šŸ™‚

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