Outdoor fun in January '93
Snow in January puts smiles on some faces. And skis, skates and snowboards on some feet. And sleds under some bottoms. In 1993, early winter snowfalls attracted skiers and snowboarders to hills; skaters made quick slides and slashes over new ice. People crowded onto sleds and surveyed winter wonderlands. Some even thought it was a good time for a run. Posted on January 7, 2013.
Catherine Butler, 5-year-old daughter Victoria and family dog Gizmo enjoy the snow at Washington Park in Albany on Jan. 11.
Matt Thompson and Randy Ebert got a snow day from school on Jan. 13. The guys used their free time to slide the hills of Collins Park in Scotia.
Joe Race of Voorheesville, a premed student at Union College in 1993, studies the art of snowboarding on campus on Jan. 15.
A group of winter celebrants prepares for a sleigh ride on Middle Line Road near Ballston Spa on Jan. 17.
Jessica Schuddekapf slides out of the woods off Kinns Road in Clifton Park on Jan. 20. Father Mark brings up the rear.
Diane Smith, a teacher at Oak Hill School in Glenville, skates and slashes on the ice at the town’s Indian Meadows Park on Jan. 26.
Amsterdam runners Kim Latza, 16, left, and Windy Olden, 17, run down Pawling Street in Hagaman on Jan. 9 during the “Winter Wimp” race portion of Hagaman’s Winterfest.