We looked up from our desks to see the first flurries falling mid-morning Friday. By noon the snow was falling steadily. Here’s what it looked like.
Intrepid chronicler of all things Colonial Williamsburg Fred Blystone checked up on our Leicester Longwools as the snow began in earnest. No word on if they followed him home, but they seem ready to here.
A few hardy souls took advantage of the quiet to capture some images of the town draped in white. The pictures below are courtesy Connie Gardner, Wayne Reynolds, Sandy Cetin, and our own Jenn Lyon.
After most employees were sent home in early afternoon, some residents of the Historic Area–disguised here in 21st-century clothing–got together to enjoy the Snow Day.
Connie Gardner shared some beautiful pictures of what the snow looked like as night fell.
And Amber Phelps checked in to show us that Liberty was enjoying her first big snow!
Most Colonial Williamsburg operations remain closed Saturday. There was sleet for most of the morning, which has now turned back into snow. Please check our Facebook page for even more pictures, and for updates on what’s open and closed. Our thanks to all who are sharing their pics from Jonas!