That was one noisy storm – the howling kept waking me up all night. I got up a little after midnight to look out the window and see what the storm high tide was like, but it was too dark and blurred by the snow to see anything, and I wasn’t going out there. I did get out to walk Rocky Neck at high tide today as the storm subsided. We had a lot of snow in some places, and none in others due to the high winds and drifting. The cars in the public lot were blown totally clean, so there was no car cleaning to do. The park was flooding a little, as was Rocky Neck Ave, Madfish and the Railways. I would not want that to be my car sitting up to the wheel wells in salt water in the Madfish parking lot.
E. J. Lefavour