It was just a couple of days before Halloween and the snow began to fall from the sky in huge sloppy flakes. No one really thought it would last very long, but as it turned out the snow kept coming down all day. There was only a couple of inches accumulation and it was certainly pretty to watch. 2 million people lost their electricity and I understand that there are still areas in Conn. as of today Nov. 2, that are still sitting in the dark. But from what I’ve heard NYC was up and running in no time. In fact, the next day the sun was out and in most areas of the city there was almost no snow visible and only the streets remained wet as though it had simply been a heavy rain the day before. This is a photo of a section of Vancortlandt Park that first day.