Scarecrow in a Crofton backyard. (Photo by M. Tames)

Snowy scenes abundant in Chemainus and Crofton

This is how things looked during the peak of last week’s storm

Don Bodger

The Courier

This is how things looked during the peak of last week’s storm

 

Snow really piled up over a few days. (Photo by Susan Myers)

Alicia Taulu built a fort. (Photo by Alicia Taulu)

Snow was so deep it buried many cars. (Photo by Heather Vanderbasch)

Camp Yellow Dog on Mount Sicker Road had dogs at the small boarding camp for dogs buried in white no matter what their colour. They were all loving the snow. (Photo by Julie Davidson)

Snow was really piling up when this shot was taken last Sunday, Feb. 10. (Photo by Patricia Sunderland)

Deep snow required animals to do some serious digging. (Photo by Katie Robertson)

Making a snow angel was a necessity in these conditions in Crofton. (Photo courtesy of Malcolm Chaproniere)

Creegan Drive almost looks like a ski village with all the snow around. (Photo by Marianne Palou)

Thr Crofton Seawalk bathed in snow. (Photo by Lois DeEll)

Normally green fairways at the Mount Brenton Golf Club were completely covered in white. (Photo by Heidi Elley)

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