Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Snow Hill as seen in the Pathmark Lot, a few days after the latest fall. Snow is so fun when it falls, so pristine and all Currier & Ives on the ground undisturbed. Only a couple days later, we see the crusty film of carbon monoxide and other toxins. It gets pretty yucky, but winter technically has another month and while it hasn’t been frigid, can’t quite say there’s a thaw going on, so we will have this Snow Hill for a while. But today the hill doesn’t look like yesterday, and yesterday’s doesn’t look like the day… well you get my drift, no pun intended.