February 25 to March 1, 1998 Blizzard Storm Survey (page 2)

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Map showing the northern Black Hills.

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5 miles west of Rapid City on Highway 44 looking East.

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Trout Haven along highway 385 blocked by a 4 foot drift.

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Rochford South Dakota, 25 miles west of Rapid City...20+ Inches of snow.

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Coop Observer Floyd Reeds home 3 miles west of Rochford.

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State Trooper takes a look at the situation down a wooded road.

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Lead digs out from another 18 inches overnight.

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Lead from up high.

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Tobius took a leap of faith...and found nothing but fluff.

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Melting snow frozen into near sheet from this roof was reminiscent of scenes from the movie Dr. Zhivago.

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A contemplative place along Spearfish Creek just north of Cheyenne Crossing.

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A cabin hunkers down for the long hall near Cheyenne Crossing.

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An outhouse buried under 5 feet of snow offered a bit of added seclusion.

Looking south into the northern Black Hills from Spearfish. Dark clouds were forming along the leading edge of the higher terrain, and the release of moisture began just down wind as shown by the snow in the distance.

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A Sturgis neighborhood slept the day away to 24 inches of snow ...and we have no Harleys today.

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