Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues 1/28 @ 2:23PM – wisteria hill at rocky ridge rd

Tues 1/28 @ 2:23PM - wisteria hill at rocky ridge rd. My outbound route from home included this intersection of Wisteria and Rocky Ridge a few hours earlier when the first snow flurries had started falling so sporadically that I could not even get a picture of them. By the time I make it back to this spot, I have ridden over 30 miles and encounter yet another scene I would never imagine seeing, especially so close to my house. It's not really that dramatic with a small multi-vehicle pile-up and a car sliding off the road into some bushes, but nevertheless if you had asked me a couple hours earlier what an unexpected snow storm mid-morning would do to this intersection, I would not have predicted or even imagined this.

Tues 1/28 @ 2:23PM – wisteria hill at rocky ridge rd. My outbound route from home included this intersection of Wisteria and Rocky Ridge a few hours earlier when the first snow flurries had started falling so sporadically that I could not even get a picture of them. By the time I make it back to this spot, I have ridden over 30 miles and encounter yet another scene I would never imagine seeing, especially so close to my house. It’s not really that dramatic with a small multi-vehicle pile-up and a car sliding off the road into some bushes, but nevertheless if you had asked me a couple hours earlier what an unexpected snow storm mid-morning would do to this intersection, I would not have predicted or even imagined this.

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