Sunday, January 9, 2011

Sunday morning Status

It' 20 degrees and there are a few flakes of snow in the air and a new frosting of "puff" on the ground.


Maude D. Martin

1922 - 2011



" Smith Media, Time Warner Reach Deal: WKTV to Return ......" from the O-D.


Waterville 43, Sauquoit Valley 16
Sauquoit Valley 3 3 7 3 — 16
Waterville 18 11 8 6 — 43
Sauquoit Valley (0-4, 1-6): Alex Benn 6, Meghan Gaffney 6, Kylie Sisson 2, Mallory Mazurowski 2. Totals: 5-5-16.
Waterville (4-0, 6-2): Kate Buell 8, Dylanne Hodge 5, Siobhan Fitzgerald 4, Shelby Spencer 4, Jessica Zogby 9, Lauren Homer 9, Kayla Batson 4. Totals: 18-6-43.
3-point goals: Sauquoit Valley 1 (Gaffney); Waterville 1 (Buell).
JV: Waterville 43-25.

Monday's Sports Schedule

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A "baker's dozen"* of photographs of "Turkey Falls" along with this note from Jody Hildreth:

"It has been so long since I have visited Turkey Falls, but Tessa and I made
the trip late this afternoon. We snowshoed to the falls, then carried the
snowshoes on the way back - not enough snow warranted their use.

The falls were different, as they always are in winter. Must have been
heavy rains before they froze because they looked brown - like a lot of silt
was in the water.

Our short ride home was the highlight of the trip. We found:

2 Red Foxes (Hanover and Brouillette Roads)
1 Cooper's Hawk (Brouillette Road)
1 Great Horned Owl (Fuess Cleary Road)

I don't think that Jody intended to have me publish all of the shots, but I think you will enjoy seeing the variations in color and cropping that Jody has used instead of just accepting what the camera gave him! Thanks for the whole packet, Jody!

*"Baker's Dozen."


Re: a remark that I made about the origin of the house at 118 Stafford Avenue ---- "Thanks for the entry on 118 Stafford Avenue. Unless my memory of the number has failed me, that's the house in which I grew up. My family (the Lees) lived there from 1953 until 1965. Lots of good memories! Susan Lees Ryerson, Amarillo, TX"

Thanks for writing, Susan!



From WKTV: "*Lake Effect Snow Advisory has been issued for Madison and Chenango Counties from 1AM to 1PM Sunday.*

For tonight, the wind flow will shift to the northwest, dragging cold air over Lake Ontario. Lake effect snow will impact areas close to Syracuse and the Finger Lakes but Madison and Chenango Counties may see some light accumulation tonight into Sunday morning. Light snow showers will be around Sunday morning into the early afternoon with light accumulation for most of the viewing area. Heavier snow is likely towards Syracuse and closer to Lake Ontario. Along with the snow showers, the winds will pick up between 10-20mph so it will feel blustery throughout the day with highs in the mid 20s.

High pressure begins to move into the region Sunday night, brining in drier and quieter weather for the beginning of the week. We are watching a potential coastal storm for Tuesday night into Wednesday.

Have a good day, everyone!

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