Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Mon, 1/27 @ 11:59AM – freeze warning

Mon, 1/27 @ 11:59AM - freeze warning. On this first day of the Spring 2014 semester at Samford, I bike into work, teach three classes, and then bike home in beautiful weather with temps around 50 degF. Everyone knows it is going to get really cold Monday night. This is the Wild Forest apartment entrance hill at Brookwood Medical Drive halfway up the Hwy 31 hill.

Mon, 1/27 @ 11:59AM – freeze warning. On this first day of the Spring 2014 semester at Samford, I bike into work, teach three classes, and then bike home in beautiful weather with temps around 50 degF. Everyone knows it is going to get really cold Monday night. This is the Wild Forest apartment entrance hill at Brookwood Medical Drive halfway up the Hwy 31 hill.

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