Feb. 14, 1940: Workers at La Guardia Airport fought the elements to hold down a plane as a large storm brought seven inches of snow and winds gusting at 60 miles per hour to New York, hammering the eastern part of the country. Bus services were suspended and a swath of the West Side Highway closed, but the city seemed to prevail in “what appeared to be a winning effort to keep essential services functioning.” Photo: The New York Times
You know who’s stoked about all this late season snow? Every dog in Aspen.
Here’s Rudy, he’s a Labradoodle puppy - and he LOVES snow.
“Flight 86” Chicago, IL USA
A 777 gets ready to do doughnuts.
If anyone needs me, I’ll be here…
Ski resort in the Alps