A day after the big
snowstorm, kids enjoy
Central Park sledding
PHOTOS BY ADRIAN CHILDRESS
The morning after the biggest snowstorm of the
season thus far, Pilgrim Hill in Central Park was
full of happy children of all ages looking to take
their sleds for a swift ride down the powdery ridge.
The Jan. 29 storm dropped more than 8 inches of
the white stuff in Central Park, though eastern areas
of the city saw totals at or exceeding a foot. Sanitation
Department crews worked around the clock to plow
and salt streets around the Five Boroughs, keeping
“the city that never sleeps” running safe and sound.
But with sun shining on an otherwise ordinary
Sunday, it was time for youngsters to break out their
sleds and venture out for some winter fun.
Jan. 30 was likely the best and only chance for sledders
to enjoy the new snowfall.
18 February 3, 2022 Schneps Media