In Milford, CT.... Looks like heaven, snow, beach and the ocean all at the same time.

In Milford, CT.... Looks like heaven, snow, beach and the ocean all at the same time.

Feb 9,2013 - Overnight snow in Hartford, CT. Green light but does not look like these two cars are going anywhere!

Feb 9,2013 - Overnight snow in Hartford, CT. Green light but does not look like these two cars are going anywhere!

4 days after the snow storm in Ct: "Where is my bathroom..."

4 days after the snow storm in Ct: "Where is my bathroom..."

“In 1978 we had a blizzard that brought 35-40 inches of snow in CT and Mass. People just abandoned their cars on the roads. The CT & Mass Governors closed all roads in both states for three days to clear them.”

The Blizzard of 78, As Documented in Newcasts & Photos

“In 1978 we had a blizzard that brought 35-40 inches of snow in CT and Mass. People just abandoned their cars on the roads. The CT & Mass Governors closed all roads in both states for three days to clear them.”

Too funny!  Somebody in Norwich, CT made this huge snow ball and put it in the middle of the street!  That must have took a while to make!

Too funny! Somebody in Norwich, CT made this huge snow ball and put it in the middle of the street! That must have took a while to make!

Another pretty snow photo taken in Ledyard, CT

Another pretty snow photo taken in Ledyard, CT

Stereoview picture of Grand Street in New Britain, Connecticut, published by F. W. Allderige in 1888. Store Web page shows handwritten note stating: "Grand St. New Britain Mar 13 - 1888, but store Web page states: "Stereoview photograph published by F. W. Allderige, New Britain, CT. illustrating the height of Snow left two days earlier during the March 11th Blizzard of 1888." Picture is the right-hand image of the two used for stereoviews. Storm was the Great Blizzard of 1888.

Stereoview picture of Grand Street in New Britain, Connecticut, published by F. W. Allderige in 1888. Store Web page shows handwritten note stating: "Grand St. New Britain Mar 13 - 1888, but store Web page states: "Stereoview photograph published by F. W. Allderige, New Britain, CT. illustrating the height of Snow left two days earlier during the March 11th Blizzard of 1888." Picture is the right-hand image of the two used for stereoviews. Storm was the Great Blizzard of 1888.

More Snow in CT

More Snow in CT

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