There was snow, there was ice. The conditions for sledding were nice.
Cold dogs, cold hands, cold horses that are blue. The best way to get around was probably to snowshoe.
The roads may have been bad and it sure was cold in the city. But a lot of the photos from the storm are rather pretty.
Poem over. Let's look back at the winter storm that hit Colorado Oct. 28 - 30, before winter even started.
What else happened during the October snowstorm?
- When Denver’s Transit Riders Needed It The Most, RTD’s Real-Time Schedule Site Went Down
- Ruby Hill Is A Sledder’s Gold Mine, And HQ For the ‘Yay, Winter!’ Brigade
- Where To Sled In Denver, Colorado Springs And Elsewhere In Colorado On A Snow Day
- The Denver snowstorm means small dogs have cold bellies: An investigation
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