Kymy Johnson submitted this photo of second grader Parker Johnson enjoying his snow day sledding.

Kymy Johnson submitted this photo of second grader Parker Johnson enjoying his snow day sledding.

Snow day after day

  • Tuesday, February 19, 2019 6:12pm
  • Life

Many South Whidbey residents submitted photos that capture the beauty and fun of three snow storms that walloped Whidbey in just over a week, closing schools and cancelling events.

A photo by Bryant Scheele shows a snowman made by him and roommate Anita LeMay at their house in Langley.

A photo by Bryant Scheele shows a snowman made by him and roommate Anita LeMay at their house in Langley.

Fourth-grader Lily Kirmo, left, and kindergartner Ella Kirmo enjoy their days off sledding and drinking a lot of hot cocoa.

Fourth-grader Lily Kirmo, left, and kindergartner Ella Kirmo enjoy their days off sledding and drinking a lot of hot cocoa.

Marie Thompson’s son Logan Floyd, kindergartner, playing in Sandy Hook.

Marie Thompson’s son Logan Floyd, kindergartner, playing in Sandy Hook.

Sam Rowley’s photo shows his puppy Cinder’s first snow.

Sam Rowley’s photo shows his puppy Cinder’s first snow.

Helen Price Johnson’s photo shows three generations having fun on a snowy Sunday.

Helen Price Johnson’s photo shows three generations having fun on a snowy Sunday.

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