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- Before the Storm
Tag Archives: ice
We may be far apart and unable to get together this year, but we can still stay in touch with one another. My family will be having a Zoom Christmas this year, rather than risk COVID-19 exposure by having a … Continue reading
December 2, Buffalo, New York. Of course, there would be snow and ice. As Maureen prepared for work, she realized it had snowed overnight. Only a few inches, but when she looked out the kitchen window, she could see that … Continue reading
How could I resist? The temperature was in the 40s (F), and I was at the library anyway. I figured the park pathways would be mostly clear, and heck, I don’t have a lot of “frozen” photos. So, once again … Continue reading