Snow cream is a southern tradition. Enjoying some are Nicole LeClercq, Sophia Yatsko and Cate Lowe. Photo by Jina Yatsko.
Residents on Stone Monument Drive in the Pemberley subdivision shovel their hill to gain driving access to their road on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Jeanine Skinner.
Adrian Schaller tries out his grandfather’s Radio Flyer sled down Longbourn Drive. Photo by Amy Schaller.
Photo of Adam and Austin Schaller at The Factory fountain off South Main Street in Wake Forest. Cabin fever set in so the Schaller family decided to take a family walk and have lunch at Village Deli Sunday. Photo by Amy Schaller.
A blue heron on Neuse River. Photo by George Randy Bass of georgerandybass.com.
Here is a Sunday morning photo – greeting the sun piercing through the crisp cool air. Photo by Peter Birkner.
Having fun in the snow is Macie. Photo by dad, Erik Lutz.
Kassidy Little enjoys making snow angels in this photo by her mom, Holly Little.
Street hockey, winter-style, was played on Clearsprings Drive. Photo by Karen MacFadden Hinkley.
Kids in Hasentree neighborhood make the most of the snow with their sleds. Photo submitted by Brynn Terry.
Frankie and Julie Bonett take their sock monkey, Bronkey, out for a spin in the snow. Photo by Julie Bonett.
Look Out! Benjamin Cissell, age 8, takes his first ride standing on a snowboard of sorts down the soccer hill in Highland Creek. Photo quickly snapped by his dad, Jason Cissell.
Almost 20 years old and proud alumni of Heritage High School, Alex Karpuk and Caroline Boyd still head to the old stomping grounds year after year to sled down Husky Hill. Photo submitted by Caroline Boyd.