Yesterday, I explored Central Park during the storm. Today was Part II: The Aftermath. Very beautiful aftermath:

The amount of sledding hills is mind-boggling.

And now that it stopped snowing, the sled trails can be packed down for extra sledding speed/distance!

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MOAR sledding!

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Can’t find a sled or a hill? No problem. Just use a staircase and some cardboard!

Stairs = sledding hills. Stair landings = jumps!

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See?!? That’s a solid 18" of air!

Then I got attacked by pigeons.

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Looking back towards the city from atop the 65th Street Transverse. Yellow cab to remind you that you’re in NYC.

A perfect white Sheep Meadow.

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See that guy on the left? There were a number of people cross-country skiing through the park.

With the blizzard gone, people are out in force on The Mall.

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Bethesda Fountain is home to pigeons and children alike.

Such an amazing view across the frozen lake.

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Belvedere Castle post-blizzard.

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And the stunning view from the Castle overlook.

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Deep within the Ramble.

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This was the only liquid water I saw in the park.

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Ducks like liquid water!

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Approaching Times Square.

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A resourceful kid building his own studio apartment in Times Square.