Wow, it is really snowing out there.
Photos taken yesterday; the Broadway set around 10am, everything else after 3pm.
Last part of my morning walk in the snow. From Downcity up Broadway and back to Atwells.
There was this giant snow pile on Eddy Street, then I went to Kennedy Plaza, then I got coffee.
This set is crossing Route 95 to check out conditions Downcity.
Internet is down here at Greater City Providence. Lucky for us we still have power and heat. So, I’m posting from my phone, lets see how that goes.
I went out in the snow… for a minute. My goodness it is crazy out.
I walked around downtown for a little bit around 1pm this afternoon and took a few photos.
I went out for a walk last night during the storm. Here are some of the photos I took.
It was a pretty yucky walk home tonight.
I lived in Portland, Maine in the early 90’s and we had snow that stuck on Halloween, other than that, I’m pretty sure this is the earliest I’ve ever seen accumulating snow. And of course I love snow, so this is great.
More snow, only a little ranting.
THAT my friends is a shoveled sidewalk on the Atwells Avenue Bridge over Route 95. Yes, it is true. But wait, don’t think I’m gonna be all sunshine and moonbeams. A for effort to get this thing cleared so soon after last night’s snowicane, but I have complaints. Every winter, at some point this sidewalk does get cleared. But this …
Fred Campagna keeps Tweeting about the “Fluff Factor” in this storm, and it is certainly apparent out on the streets of Providence:
Yeah yeah, I’m sick. But I can’t not go out in the snow. Besides, I thought I was feeling better. The people in my neighborhood rock: The plows pushing snow onto the sidewalks do not:
Ugh, I am sick today, snowblogging will be light as I sit at home and sniffle. I’m looking out the window, when it let’s up I may try a run to Walgreen’s (if they are open) for some medication: Readers are filling in the snowblogging gaps, submit your photos to our Flickr Group or email them to email@example.com. These photos …
Sigh. Weybosset Street Comfort Station. Looking down Mathewson Street. Weybosset Street. Weybosset Street.
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