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Blizzard's bright side

Fairfield received 11 inches of snow during a blizzard Sunday afternoon. While the massive amount of snow proved to be a headache for anyone attempting to travel, it did have a silver lining. It turned the hill at Waterworks Park into a slick, enormous slide. Tom Knight prepares the sled for granddaughters Sloane Brower, 3, in back, and Bixie Brower, 5, who spent about an hour on the “slopes.” Sloane and Bixie are the children of Tommy and Rachel Brower.
Fairfield received 11 inches of snow during a blizzard Sunday afternoon. While the massive amount of snow proved to be a headache for anyone attempting to travel, it did have a silver lining. It turned the hill at Waterworks Park into a slick, enormous slide. Tom Knight prepares the sled for granddaughters Sloane Brower, 3, in back, and Bixie Brower, 5, who spent about an hour on the “slopes.” Sloane and Bixie are the children of Tommy and Rachel Brower.

Fairfield received 11 inches of snow during a blizzard Sunday afternoon. While the massive amount of snow proved to be a headache for anyone attempting to travel, it did have a silver lining. It turned the hill at Waterworks Park into a slick, enormous slide. Tom Knight prepares the sled for granddaughters Sloane Brower, 3, in back, and Bixie Brower, 5, who spent about an hour on the “slopes.” Sloane and Bixie are the children of Tommy and Rachel Brower.