North Country temperatures abruptly rose from 20ºF to nearly 60ºF before suddenly dropping to -20ºF—all in under 36 hours. The result was rain that completely melted almost all snow, followed by freezing rain that deposited a layer of ice, followed by a new 12″ of snow to replace what came before.
In the midst of that chaos, I visited the Grasse River through the center of Canton to see it rising above its banks and jamming the shores with ice.
3 thoughts on “Frozen Retreat”
A rough season. Hang in there.
That it is—the North Country doesn’t play fair, but we make it through in spite of that.
Oh yes. I remember too well.