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"The Big Snow in October, 1959. "
A stormy September day.
"Digging out after a snowstorm. "
Erickson Main Street - "Oh the snow".
A winter scene -- Hoar Frost.
One strange night the sun like blood went down, Flooding the heavens in a ruddy hue,
That night I felt the winter in my veins,
A joyous tremor of the icy glow;
And woke to hear the north's wild vibrant strains, While far and wide, by withered woods and plains, Fast fell the driving snow.