Kaleidoscope: Images from last week’s winter wonderland

Trudy Klinger and her dogs explore the Mosier Twin Tunnels trail


Trudy Klinger and her dogs explore the Mosier Twin Tunnels trail

Sure, the big snow is melted.

The thermometer at the top of this page, a week later, is covered in raindrops and temperatures are now in the 40s and getting warmer.

But look at these Freeze Frames.

This is how it looked less than a week ago. Our readers and their images remind us of this — cameras being gear de rigeur as much as gloves, inner tubes and snowpants.

This is our celebration of the fun and beauty of winter weather in the Gorge.

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