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Photos: The Morning After the Snowstorm

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By Jesse Wood

Feb. 26, 2015. Here are some photos the morning after last night’s snowstorm in the High Country, which received about 4 to 7 inches of snow, according to RaysWeather.com.

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The patio at Inn at Crestwood Thursday morning

 

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Driving on Shull’s Mill Road Thursday Morning

 

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Snow piled up in front of the Blowing Rock Market

 

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Main Street Blowing Rock at 9:00 am Thursday morning.

 

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Clearing snow from a driveway.

 

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Blowing Rock town crew clearing walkways at the Blowing Rock Park.

 

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Snowplow operators working on a parking lot at Yonahlosse Resort on Shull’s Mill Road.

 

 

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“When I get through with this roadway, I’ll start on another” Man moving snow on Sunset Drive in Blowing Rock.

 

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Renee digging out her Beetle on Main Street in Blowing Rock.

 

 

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Pile of snow from road clearing in Blowing Rock.

 

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“I know my car is there somewhere” Renee getting ready to go for a drive Thursday morning.

 

 

 

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The morning dog walk on Russ Cornett Road.

 

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Snow piled up at the Boone Mall parking lot.

 

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Highway 321 in Boone at 9:30 am Thursday.

 

 

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Teamwork getting stairs cleared in Blowing Rock.

 

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Another pile of snow on Main Street in Blowing Rock.

 

 

 

 

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Morning jog in Blowing Rock.

 

 

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Parkway truck clearing snow at their headquarters on Shull’s Mill Road.

 

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Parkway closed at the Hwy. 221 entrance near Blowing Rock heading south.

 

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Parkway closed at the Hwy. 221 entrance near Blowing Rock heading north.

 

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Shull’s Mill Road Thursday morning.

 

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Shull’s Mill Road Thursday morning.

 

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Shoveling snow at The Inn at Crestwood.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Snowplow truck headed to his next job.

 

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“Hey, where did all the grass go?”

 

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“There’s got to be something to eat somewhere in here!”