We still have no radio stations, no mail delivery (I guess "neither rain nor sleet, now snow" is too old fashioned in these days of e-mail), and no way out of town except north into Utah. It beautiful and fun in a way.
Wayne shoveling snow off of the flat-roof garage. Flat roofs are more likely to cave in if they get too heavy. The rain last night on top of the snow made things very heavy.
A six-foot high fence after shoveling snow
Looking east on Cherry Avenue in front of our home
One of our favorite store's for used books (Bookman's) had its roof collapse last night. The roof is flat. What a shame that all of those books are now ruined with snow and ice falling in. (At least the Science, History, Travel, and Southwest sections of the store did not take the brunt of the collapse).
Newspaper machines on the NAU campus
Parked cars caught in the storm on the NAU campus
Student's cars buried in snow
Flocking on the Christmas trees
trash and recycle bins in front of a southside home
A southside home buried in snow
A gandy dancer appears frozen in front of the freight station in downtown Flagstaff. Thanks to John Grahame for the information on what a gandy dancer is!
Babbit's downtown. Everything is closed - stores, offices, even the movie theaters.
Street scene in downtown Flagstaff
Looking south on LeRoux Street in downtown Flagstaff
This dog found a nice soft cubby hole while waiting for its owner to show up
Over Cedar Hill towards the Safeway store that is closed because of a collapsed roof.