Home Art & Culture On The Town Living in a winter Wonderland Art & CultureOn The Town Living in a winter Wonderland By Idyllwild Town Crier - January 27, 2017 1774 0 Facebook Twitter Google+ Chris Kramer, president of the Mountain Community Fire Safe Council, is prepared for cold emergencies, too. Here he is shoveling snow in front of the Post Office before most of the bigger snowfalls late Sunday and Monday.Photo by Gigi Kramer South Idyllwild, West Ridge Road and Robin Drive, Saturday morning, Jan. 21, from Saunders Meadow Road.Photo by JP Crumrine Looking north from town, the mountains were white, brown and green were more visible at the lower elevations Tuesday morning. Photo by JP Crumrine The local mountains Tuesday morning after Monday’s snowfall. Photo by JP Crumrine Before the heaviest snow fell Monday, Gigi Kramer had already sculpted a snow queen Sunday morning, Jan. 22. Photo by Gigi Kramer This dapper snowman greeted customers to the Town Baker Sunday morning, Jan. 22.Photo by JP Crumrine Tahquitz Rock is snow covered Sunday morning and more snow came Sunday night and Monday, Jan. 23.Photo by J.P. Crumrine LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.