Adirondack Superintendent of Highways Kingsley is still busily engaged in opening and repairing roads after the big blizzard near the last of February. It required nine men with two teams of horses for two days to open the roads from the town to the Warner place. Conditions are now in the flooding stage.
Ice in the Schroon River at West Bolton went out March 10, 1910 with a great rumbling rush, but no damage was done. The ice gorge in the Hudson River between Warrensburgh and East Thurman went out March 12, with fewer problems than expected.
Sleighing is over in Warrensburgh and on March 14, wagons officially went into general use.
There are to be meteoric showers in April. One can have his choice of being hit by a meteor or an automobile.