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20 pictures from yesterday’s snowfall

We had one day of snow thanks to Winter Storm Orlena! Here are highlights from yesterday’s walk around town.

Formerly known as The Billmae Cottage
Formerly known as The Billmae Cottage. Do you remember the color of the house?
The Boarding House.
The Boarding House
721 Franklin Street
721 Franklin Street
Victorian on Hughes Street
Victorian on Hughes Street
Joseph Hall Cottage on Hughes Street
Joseph Hall Cottage on Hughes Street
The Cherry House on Hughes Street
The Cherry House on Hughes Street
A bicycle in the snow on Hughes Street
A bicycle in the snow on Hughes Street
Cape May Peanut Butter Company
Cape May Peanut Butter Company
Snow covered Bell on Washington Street Mall.
Snow covered bell on Washington Street Mall.
People walking the mall.
People walking the mall. Would you do this in the snow?
Good Scents looking pretty.
Good Scents looking pretty.
In between Whale's Tale, Bath Time, Tisha's.
In between Whale’s Tale, Bath Time, Tisha’s. Where would you go first?
Uncle Bill's Pancake House.
Uncle Bill’s Pancake House
Looking at the Washington Street Mall.
Looking at the Washington Street Mall.
Standing in the middle of the road on Congress Place.
Standing in the middle of the road on Congress Place.
Exit Zero Filling Station all covered in snow.
Exit Zero Filling Station all covered in snow.
The SS Atlantus at Sunset Beach.
The SS Atlantus at Sunset Beach. I saw Richard Crossley as he was about to take a picture of that little black and white bird. He said this bird is a Dovekie.
Buddy on Sunset Beach.
I got to meet Buddy yesterday. He was running all around me and finally let me snap a picture of him.
Triangle Park in Cape May Point.
Triangle Park in Cape May Point.
The Cape May Lighthouse on a snowy day.
The Cape May Lighthouse on a snowy day.