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Early snow blankets Northshore

early snow Photos and text by Andrew Walgamott
With eight inches to a foot of snow covering Woodinville and surrounding communities last Tuesday, some residents, both young and old, used the time off from work and school to play and have fun. Others, like postal workers and truck and bus drivers, had to carry on in spite of the inconvenience.

jack-knifed bus

A Metro bus jack-knifed in the Woodinville Park & Ride, inconveniencing many riders.

Knoll Hdwre.

Knoll Lumber & Hardware provided a sign of the times.

snow plow

Snow plows moved quickly to clear major streets in the Northshore area.

mail trucks

Carol Packwood (left) and Valerie Powell chain up the mail trucks Tuesday morning.

snow boarder

Local boarders built a jump out of a snow covered bench at Woodin Elementary and practiced their moves.

chaining up

"I came all the way from Oklahoma for this?" a trucker asked as he put chains on his rig.

snow removal

Brett and Megan Williams provided snow removal services to cars parked in the Woodgate Mall.


Woodin Elementary was the place to be on Tuesday for kids, young and old, and their canine friends.

City Hall

Woodinville's City Hall is also draped in white.