These boys were all smiles about having a snow day. The sledder in red goes to SOTA and the sledder above to Brighton. 3/2/18 [Photo: David Kramer]
Over the life of the magazine, we’ve had much winter fun at Cobb’s Hill. (SEE FULL SERIES BELOW)
We’ve played ultimate Frisbee in an April snowfall, football with the Yeshiva students on a frigid late December afternoon, and watched people place well used sleds in the BROKEN SLEDS ONLY barrel during last year’s March blizzard.
(left) 4/03/16, (center) 12/30/17 and (right) 3/15/17
When I arrived this afternoon to the slopes of Cobb’s Hill, dozens of people were playing hookey. Except they weren’t. The late winter snowfall had cancelled school! Many people had an inkling last night; all got the official news in the very early morning.
These students go to Brighton High School and before school starts attend services at the Church of the Latter Day Saints on Westall Road. The sitting guy awoke at 4am to hear the joyous news. Normally, he is up at 5am, carpooled to church and then to school. Today he actually got out of bed past sunrise! The boy’s piety and love of learning notwithstanding, he said sometimes sleeping in is a really good thing.
The snow cancelled both church and state for these sledders.
This family’s son attends Nazareth Elementary School. They got the official news at about 5am. The boy said we was able to fall right back to sleep and didn’t wake up until eight o’clock. I asked when they decided to go sledding: at 5am when they heard it was a snow day!
They geared up for the day as soon as the announcement was official.
This guy — who preferred his face not be shown — was perhaps the most fortunate. On Friday, he was scheduled to take a Chemistry test for which he had insufficiently studied and feared would fail. Now he has the whole weekend to cram for the exam — if he doesn’t spend it skiing or sledding.
This skier plans to ace his Chem test on Monday
THE COBB’S HILL SERIES
Adding Yeshiva football to the Cobb’s Hill series
In search of Talker on Cobb’s Hill for “The Day of Wrath”
The Graffiti Towers of Washington Grove: A Photographic Gallery
Adding a wooded haven to the Cobb’s Hill series with a stroll through Washington Grove
Adding a March blizzard to the Cobb’s Hill series
172 years ago when the Millerites trudged down Cobb’s Hill
42 years and counting for the Kick Ass Kro-Kay Club of Cobb’s Hill
Once more into the breech on the banks of Lake Riley
Flowering Upper Monroe
Ultimate spring fever at Cobb’s Hill
On a mound at Cobb’s Hill! And how the City of Rochester handles its loose leaves.
Cobb’s Hill welcomes the Ninth Cobb’s Hill Cyclocross
Diehards and the Cobb’s Hill Tennis Courts
Back to normalcy at Cobb’s Hill basketball
Rochester’s own street ball Rucker League
The 8th Annual Festival of Softball: After 800 Innings the “Tribute to Noah” nears $100,000
That Championship Season thirty five years later
The Cobb’s Hill tragedy of an “invisible man” ten years later
On the 22nd of October, 1844 on top of Cobb’s Hill