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December 26, 2012     The Adams County Record
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Page 12 Wednesday, December 26, 2012 The Adams County Record ~-his picture is a combination "where is this?" and "what is this? Since the only people who will recog- nize it are those who have seen it, I'll give one clue: It's close to the Weiser River Trail, although the view from the trail is from the opposite side from the one seen in this photo. So, anyone who can tell us where this is will have their name put into the drawing once. Anyone who can give us legitimate info as to what it is (or was), will also have their name entered once. Anyone who can tell us both answers will have their name entered twice. The winner this week wins a copy of the Records book, "Hometown Heroes;' which is a compilation of Deb Wilson's Community Spotlight articles from 2011. " Last week's picture showed Hells Canyon Dam. This was a familiar sight to a number of folks, and we received eight Correct answers. The winner of the dr iwing was Jim Fry. Jim wins a tube of herbal lip balm from D&L Herbs and a wooden light switch cover from All About Wood. BY DALE FISK Christmas this year. As the big day, Sunday night We didn't have to everyone was scurryingwas a~ bit a an inconve- worry about a white around, getting ready for nience, and for a few it was very inconvenient. Those driving home from Boise or Ontario Helen Glidden's cat, Dude, must have thought Dude evidently told Helen's dog, Gizmo, about something interesting was under the snow. what was under the snow, and he had to take a look. where it was raining, hit snow on Midvale Hill. Much of it was slush, and continued until just about the Adams County line where the snow mysteriously dis- appeared until Mesa. From there on north, it looked like winter. There was not quite enough snow on the roads in the southern _part of the county to motiv~ite the crews to plow on a weekend, so those roads were a little tricky until Monday. Brundage Mountain got 6 inches of new snow over Sunday night, on top of 4 inches each of the previous nights. People who came home from McCall on Sunday evening had a bit of a challenge. Helen Glidden reported that she saw one car" Off the road on the Goose Creek Grade. It went off the creek side of the road and was stuck in deep snow; There were five vehicles right about there that didn't seem to be able to get up the hill, and traffic was all but blocked off. Closer to home, Helen saw another car off the road near the East Fork bridge. She made it home by driving between 25 and 35 miles per hour. At least she didn't hit any rocks with her "new" van. Forecasters are pre- dicting at least a 20% chance of snow all week. Get Yourself a Gift that keeps on.giving all year long/ L