Riverfront Park in the snow.
Ducks sleeping in the snow by the carousel.
Snow like a cap on a statue.
Once again, I walked through downtown Spokane, in Riverfront Park, and simply made observations of the snow. Crossing one of the suspension bridges, I looked back and saw where the river had melted dark watery channels through the white snow. Later I saw ducks sleeping in the snow. They were so lethargic; as I passed, they hardly looked up, even when I walked less than two feet away. The statue was somewhat humorous, with snow on its head like a strange looking cap or hat. It was partially melted and seemed to form tears that streaked down its face.