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Blizzard of 2003 in New York City

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The snow buries even our South Street Seaport and all its ships.

The heavy snow along the East River where our Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge stand.

Underneath an el train lies much snow.

Perhaps New York City's 4th? or is it the 5th Storm of the season? Well, we've lost count since it's become such a regular thing here on the eastern coast of the U.S. this season. Beginning with our first major storm in late Autumn of 2002 and continuing on through to this huge blockbuster of a storm New York City's folks make the best of just about anything. Give us 20 or so inches of that white stuff and what do we do? Head out to the park with our masks and ski gear in tow. There were maybe hundreds inside of Central Park geared up for cross country skiing as there were kids young and old dragging their sleighs and such behind them in that quest for a good looking slope. Yours truly even made it across the park single handedly carrying a huge umbrella (so large it was fitting for the beach) in one hand and a camera in the other. Unfortunately the gusts were so strong and the snow fall so heavy that it took about an hour to cross Central Park on foot. 'And well, hehe, eventually those powerful winds just about destroyed my umbrella.

Nonetheless, this may very well not be the last big storm for us. Heck, there've been years when the snow came down in Spring. Wait, didn't our first snow storm last year come before winter even arrived? Whatever happens, us New Yorkers are ready for it.
Photos above include the historical ships at South Street Seaport, the Brooklyn Bridge as viewed from the Seaport and a photo underneath an above ground el train in NYC.

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