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Pic Of The Day #1393

Compo Skate Park (Photo/Nancy Breakstone Photography)

Snowy Super Bowl Sunday

No golf at Longshore today (Photo/Kathie Motes Bennewitz)

Foraging for food off River Lane (Photo/Larry Untermeyer)

Beauty at Kings Highway North and Wilton Road. (Photo/Gloria Gouveia)

View from a Highland Road window … (Photo/Ellen Wentworth)

… and a studio. (Photo/Judith Katz)

A splash of color (Photo/Judith Katz)

Betsy Kravitz is from Buffalo, so today’s weather is like a day at the (Compo) beach. Cricket and Ruby are having a great time too. (Photo/Hal Kravitz)

Not far away, at Burying Hill. (Photo/Seth Schachter)

Is it spring yet? The scene at Harvest Commons. (Photo/Peter Swift)

Pic Of The Day #1387

Cleanup begins (Photo/Amy Schneider)

Pics Of The Day #1386

A bit of color today, outdoors … (Photo/Lauri Weiser)

… and in …  (Photo/Luisa Francouer)

… and by the fire … (Photo/Gina Ryan)

… and by the window (Photo/Lauri Weiser)

Spring Arrives In 48 Days!

Meanwhile, do you think the groundhog will see his shadow tomorrow?

Longshore entrance (Photo/Nicola Sharian)

… and the golf course (Photo/Nicola Sharian)

Canal Road, Saugatuck Shores: Which is the canal, and which is the road? (Photo/Gene Borio)

4:43 p.m., at Mark Mathias’ yard near downtown.

And Snow It Goes

It’s been snowing steadily since mid-morning.

The forecast calls for continued snow through most of the afternoon and evening. There could be a change to rain and/or a wintry mix later. Winds may gust up to 50 miles an hour.

Isn’t it so much better to be stuck inside because of a blizzard, instead of stuck inside by COVID?

The classic Compo cannons (Photo/Nicola Sharian)

Saugatuck River from 301 Riverside Avenue, next to Rive Bistro. (Photo/Joe Massoud)

Three deer often hang out in Wendy Crowther’s yard. This morning, one bedded down beneath a hemlock tree, using it as an umbrella. (Photo/Wendy Crowther)

“Neither Snow Nor Rain …”

… nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” (Photo/Lawrence Zlatkin)