The snowbanks of Concord scavenger hunt

7. We know this is cruel, but that fenced in thing in the background is a city swimming pool. Forget going south, we can’t wait until the warmer weather heads east, man.
7. We know this is cruel, but that fenced in thing in the background is a city swimming pool. Forget going south, we can’t wait until the warmer weather heads east, man.
6. These poor plow blades (that is what they are, right?) have given up on winter and decided to become one with the snow. It was just too difficult to transport.
6. These poor plow blades (that is what they are, right?) have given up on winter and decided to become one with the snow. It was just too difficult to transport.
5. This is one round mound of winterosity. There’s more than enough here to sell to snow-needy areas. And lucky us, there are a ton of empty storefronts just across the lot.
5. This is one round mound of winterosity. There’s more than enough here to sell to snow-needy areas. And lucky us, there are a ton of empty storefronts just across the lot.
4. We have to assume this snowbank was erected to support those stoplights. Or maybe it’s just for five guys to build a sweet fort in.
4. We have to assume this snowbank was erected to support those stoplights. Or maybe it’s just for five guys to build a sweet fort in.
3. This snowbank is so high we actually saw children sledding down it a few weeks ago. Just another place where old man winter Storrs his excess snow.
3. This snowbank is so high we actually saw children sledding down it a few weeks ago. Just another place where old man winter Storrs his excess snow.
2. If we told you this snowbank was high, that would be true. But what if we told you what we just told you was also a clue? Class is in session, dude.
2. If we told you this snowbank was high, that would be true. But what if we told you what we just told you was also a clue? Class is in session, dude.
1. Here we see one of New Hampshire’s celebrated statuefied figures, climbing from the depths of the mounting snow pile (previous photo) to conquer the mountain and claim his rightful throne as king of the bronzy snow guys. Frankly, we’re not surprised he was able to pierce the snow with his stony self.
1. Here we see one of New Hampshire’s celebrated statuefied figures, climbing from the depths of the mounting snow pile (previous photo) to conquer the mountain and claim his rightful throne as king of the bronzy snow guys. Frankly, we’re not surprised he was able to pierce the snow with his stony self.
1. Here we see one of New Hampshire’s celebrated statuefied figures, climbing from the depths of the mounting snow pile to conquer the mountain and claim his rightful throne as king of the bronzy snow guys (next photo). Frankly, we’re not surprised he was able to pierce the snow with his stony self.
1. Here we see one of New Hampshire’s celebrated statuefied figures, climbing from the depths of the mounting snow pile to conquer the mountain and claim his rightful throne as king of the bronzy snow guys (next photo). Frankly, we’re not surprised he was able to pierce the snow with his stony self.

It snowed a little this winter. OK, it snowed a lot. But we figure you’ve got to have some fun if you’re going to survive the season with your sanity intact, so we put together this snowbank scavenger hunt. We found some of the most mountainous snowbanks in the city, and now you have to find them – for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to a Concord business of your choice. Email your answers to <a href="mailto:news@theconcordinsider.com">news@theconcordinsider.com</a> and we’ll crown a winner. Happy hunting!

Author: Keith Testa

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