[Posted on Jan 10, 2018 | 752 views]
Despite wind chill near single digits, a handful of children ventured (with the help of their parents) to Mount Zion Methodist Church on Route 14 in Gloucester on Friday to sled down the church’s sizeable hill. Here, Macy Asbell takes off down the hill as her siblings wait to make the trek back up for another run. Photo by Peter J. Teagle
Wes McIntyre, Gloucester’s director of buildings and grounds, was hard at work Thursday morning in the midst of the storm clearing county property. He said his crew all turned out to make sure pathways were cleared as soon as possible. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
The crew at U.S. Coast Guard Station Milford Haven stayed close to home during the recent icy weather. Petty Officer Joshua Nieves said on Friday that, although the channel was frozen, one of the boats at the station had ice-breaking capabilities in the event of an emergency. Photo by Sherry Hamilton
After days of sub-freezing temperatures, many boats, such as these docked at Crown Pointe Marina at Perrin, were still iced in as of Tuesday morning. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Stephanie Riedell, left, and Finn Kilduff couldn’t wait for the snow to stop falling on Thursday morning to enjoy sledding in a neighborhood near Gloucester Court House. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
The Food Lion near Gloucester Court House could not keep the bread stocked on the shelves last Wednesday afternoon, as people flocked to the store for supplies in the face of the impending winter storm. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Wes McIntyre, Gloucester’s director of buildings and grounds, was hard at work Thursday morning in the midst of the storm clearing county property. He said his crew all turned out to make sure pathways were cleared as soon as possible. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Win Goodier captured this photo of Ward Oyster Company on the shores of the Ware River covered in snow last Thursday.
Kyrstin Hassell snapped this image of the sun setting into the snow over the York River behind the Coleman Bridge.
A rather cold cardinal looks as though he’s a bit upset about the frigid weather and snow as he looks around for a bite to eat in Hayes. Photo by Linda Tjossem
Lucy Harris, a 9-month-old who got her first taste of snow this past week, hitched up her trusty sled dog Dolly to give her a ride at her home on Belroi Road in Gloucester.
Steven Rowe looks like he’s having a good time up to his knees in the white stuff at Cobbs Creek.
Yasmin Flores, Andre “A.J.” Smith and Marysol Richardson, from left, make the best of a snow day, building a snowman at Cardinal.
 
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