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Floating in the Adirondacks: Carolyn Hickok

Friends & Neighbors: EVERYONE HAS A STORY.

July 1, 2009
By STEFANIE CHIPPERFIELD, Special to the Enterprise

May 31, 2009 wasn't the first springtime snowfall in the Adirondacks. Carolyn Hickok recalled that on May 19, 1976, it was cold and had begun to rain - "A typical Fish Creek day," as her husband Robert had said - but then the temperature dropped, and the drops turned to snowflakes. There was so much snow, it accumulated. Mr. Hickok was highway superintendent at the time, and actually had to plow.

 
 

 

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