Walking in a winter wonderland

  • Downtown Peterborough during Monday's snowstorm Staff photo by Abbe Hamilton—

  • Downtown Peterborough during Monday's snowstorm Staff photo by Abbe Hamilton—

  • Downtown Peterborough during Monday's snowstorm Staff photo by Abbe Hamilton—

  • Downtown Peterborough during Monday's snowstorm Staff photo by Abbe Hamilton—

  • Downtown Peterborough during Monday's snowstorm Staff photo by Abbe Hamilton—

  • Former Temple resident Shelley Guy got to stay in her hometown area for an extra day, as the snow canceled her flight back to Boynton Beach, Florida after spending the Thanksgiving holiday with her mother in Peterborough. Staff photo by Ashley Saari

  • Elsbeth Pendleton-Wheeler of Peterborough cross-country skis to Valley Automotive in Peterborough, to pick up her car after getting her snow tires put on.  Staff photo by Ashley Saari

  • Jane Billings of Hancock digs out her car in Peterborough, where she was pet-sitting. Staff photo by Ashley Saari

  • Former Temple resident Shelley Guy got to stay in her hometown area for an extra day, as the snow canceled her flight back to Boynton Beach, Florida after spending the Thanksgiving holiday with her mother in Peterborough. Staff photo by Ashley Saari

  • Elsbeth Pendleton-Wheeler of Peterborough cross-country skis to Valley Automotive in Peterborough, to pick up her car after getting her snow tires put on.  Staff photo by Ashley Saari

Published: 12/2/2019 11:37:26 AM

The Monadnock Region was a winter wonderland Monday morning after a foot of snow had accumulated from this winter season’s first snow storm that started Sunday afternoon, closing town offices and schools and with more snow to come forecasted for later today and tonight. 


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