press photos by tim gilmanSnowbound cars along Washington Avenue during last week’s storm are a challenge for local residents who start to dig out in the afternoon after the near-blizzard conditions had subsided. Below: Sledding friends Gabrielle Bauer and Emily Sutton go down a popular hill at Rockland Park in Bethlehem. They were with Gabrielle’s parents Stephen and Valerie Bauer of Bethlehem
press photos by tim gilmanSnow shovelers Mason Burger and Byron Haydt walk along Washington Avenue on Tuesday afternoon after the storm had subsided. The two friends attend nearby Northeast MS and were on their way to three shoveling jobs after completing two. “We look forward to the snow so we can make some extra money,” said Haydt.
Kyle Godshall of Maple Street walks his Shiba Inu dogs Yoshi and Penny along a snow blown path along Washington Aveenue in the early afternoon after Tuesday’s Snowstorm had eased up.
Sledding friends Gabrielle Bauer and Emily Sutton go down a popular hill at Rockland Park in Bethlehem. They were with Gabrielle’s parents Stephen and Valerie Bauer of Bethlehem Township. Mrs. Bauer said her husband “always brings them to this sledding hill in Bethlehem” near Stefko Boulevard and Just Born Inc.
Chris Noel balances on a boogie board as he goes down a sledding hill at Rockland Park in Bethlehem. The eighth-grader at East Hills MS said it was his first time at the local park.
Emily Rodriguez and her nephew Anthony Hughes of Bethlehem have fun with a snow tube on the sledding hill at Rockland Park. “It’s my favorite hill,” said the Lehigh Valley Academy fifth-grader, who was with her mother Stacey Rodriguez.