Last updated: February 05. 2014 4:44PM - 1537 Views

After days of plowing, the Galion City Street Department crews were in a situation where the mounds of snow needed to be moved elsewhere. Using backhoes and dump trucks, workers loaded up the white stuff along Harding Way West, all the while keeping the traffic flowing. The destination for the surplus snow was Heise Park and other open locations.
After days of plowing, the Galion City Street Department crews were in a situation where the mounds of snow needed to be moved elsewhere. Using backhoes and dump trucks, workers loaded up the white stuff along Harding Way West, all the while keeping the traffic flowing. The destination for the surplus snow was Heise Park and other open locations.
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Photos and Story by Marcheta Gibson


Inquirer Correspondent


I blame the Deep Freeze of 2014 on gravity. When the Polar Vortex slips off the North Pole, temperatures have no choice but to fall down. Way down. At least, that is my take on the situation that has caused most of the nation grief, but for me has been a photographer’s winter dream come true. Even during below zero temperatures and level two snow emergencies, I was able to be out and about with my camera by hitching rides with my husband in his snowplow truck.


Join me in my pictorial adventures, which include the privilege of seeing rare weather-related phenomena, observing how wildlife coped, and finding my fellow humans at work and play.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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