The situation at Luciano Park — near the railroad station — might be tougher than other spots, though.
In addition to receiving tons of plowed snow, it was also badly damaged last fall, when Sunday flea market vendors drove on the grass in a downpour. The flea market folks were going to pay for repairs, but “06880” readers say they have not yet been done.
Now we’re looking for good action shots of kids, old folks — even dogs — playing or romping. Send ’em to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy! Stay warm! Have fun!
A lovely photo, from Pam Barkentin Blackburn’s deck on Richmondville Avenue.
A serene shot by Julie Mombello, at the corner of North Turkey Hill and Long Lots.
David Conneely shoveled a path to his iFloat spa (above Oscar’s). He’s open for relaxation.
Earlier — while walking to work — David Conneely shot this photo near downtown Westport.
The snow was symmetrical in Trey Ellis’ backyard.
Larry Perlstein’s birdhouse was nearly buried.
Randy Christophersen needed a heavy-duty stick to measure his 18-inch snowfall.
Randy Christophersen also sent this shot of cat trails at his South Compo Road home. The evergreen bent — but the power line stood. Unlike previous storms, virtually no outages were reported in Westport.
Normally busy Evergreen Avenue was completely snow-swept, in this photo by Jill McGroarty.
A woman named Catherine couldn’t open her door.
How green was my Nemo? Diane Lowman captured this scene.
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