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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Whose woods these are ...

Posted By on Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 9:02 AM


--Brian Chilson photo

Yes, it snowed this morning, but it was like Robert Frost said, of "easy wind and downy flake."

Here, the snow cover softens the Historic Arkansas Museum's farmstead, handily located next door to the Times.

A belated driving report: Little Rock streets were clear on my commute and even the Cantrell Road viaduct was fine, probably on account of a dose of salt. But there were elevated roadway troubles, particularly on I-440, the radio said.

UPDATE: Below is a photo from Kat Robinson, stranded in Russellville by the real thing.


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