As local residents recover from blizzard, some even get creative



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Rick Horton and his latest snow sculpture. Horton's artistic skills have been on display since a very young age. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


Out of water: Brooke Bowlin checks out the fish snow sculpture with her stepfather, Justin Potts, at 503 S. State St. in Greenfield. Rick Horton likes to build snow sculptures in front of his home after the first major snowfall. Snakes, penguins and cats have adorned his front lawn in previous years. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — When Rick Horton heard the word “blizzard,” he immediately got excited.

As crews continued to clear the snow that was dumped on Greenfield, Horton spent hours Wednesday night and Thursday sculpting a giant bluegill fish on his front lawn.

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