Winter Wonderland

UNION COUNTY—Sledding was on the agenda for many of Union County’s children, who were off from school for a second day. For smaller children, the small slopes in Briant Park in Summit and Lenape Park in Cranford were enough.

Briant Park

Briant Park

Lenape Park

Lenape Park

Lenape Park

Up in the Watchung Reservation, the Loop Playground sat quietly, waiting for spring and the return of children exploring all its nooks and crannies.

Picnic tables covered in snow were not going to be seeing any lunch munchers for the foreseeable future.

Over on Lake Surprise, well, things were  just pristine.

In the Deserted Village, the Church/General Store also would not be seeing any visitors anytime soon.

All quiet flowed the Passaic yesterday. While no canoeists or kayakers were seen on the river, the nearby Passaic River trail already had some visitors, despite the heavy snowfall.

In Piscataway, almost two feet of snow did not stop Parker River Road Nursing Care employees from providing excellent care to their residents.

According to Gloria Zayanskosky, nursing home administrator, approximately two dozen staff members had to stay overnight. “It was a long storm and we were challenged but I never doubted that our residents were receiving the care that they needed. I know everyone went above and beyond. Many performed tasks outside their normal duties.”

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