One of the best things about this morning’s mini-snowfall — besides its quick duration, lack of ice and reasonable temperature — is the fact that it stayed pure and white, long after the plows roared past.
That was the case earlier this winter too, when we got socked with substantial snow the weekend before Christmas. The town did a great job clearing the roads — and they did it without the tons and tons of sand and salt we’re accustomed to.
I missed the memo that said Westport was going green — by staying white, avoiding brown — but it is a welcome (and beautiful) change.
It’s enough to make you wish for more snow, all the time, all winter long.