A winter for the record books: snow pictures
Letter No. 314 | February 4, 2004
I am still not subscribed to your list so I don't know whether anyone locally has mentioned the snow and cold we have received this winter. Last week alone more than two feet fell on Nanty Glo and Jackson Twp. and the temperature never rose above the teens. The pictures I will link to below were taken on January 30, Friday. Saturday, Sunday and Monday were relatively nice, by which I mean there was no new snow. Early Tuesday morning, the snow began falling and is still falling at a rapid rate in the middle of the afternoon. Close to a foot has fallen.
Our kids had only a day and a half of school last week because of the snow and they are off again today. I keep them busy shoveling. You are welcome to use any or all of the pictures.
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These first two pictures Pat took from the parking lot of the Ebensburg Wal-Mart. Usually, from this vantage, one can see all of the Burger King building.
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Pat took this picture from the Wal-Mart parking lot looking towards Laurel Medical.
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Pat took this picture out of the window of our van as she backed out of the driveway.
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I took this picture from our driveway.
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Pat took this picture as she stopped on White Street before turning onto Roberts Street.
Pat took this picture while we were stopped at the light on route 22 at the McDonald's intersection.
David and Pat Caldwell