It’s been (knock wood) a very snow-free winter.
That was not the case back in the day.
I’m not sure what year the photo above was taken. Carriages had already been replaced by automobiles. But on a day like that one, it was nice to have a horse on hand.
I don’t know the year of this one one either. But believe it or not, Greenberg’s was luckier this day than a few decades later.
In the 1960s, heavy snow collapsed the roof of the Main Street “department store.”
It never recovered, and closed shortly thereafter.