Haddonfield in a Snowstorm

The best thing to do when a winter storm hits the northeast is to just embrace it. That's easy to do in a place like Haddonfield where even the slightest dusting of the white stuff turns the charming town into a picture postcard. What does that look like? Throw on your snow boots and let's go take a look!

 King's Highway is usually bustling on a weekday like today but with word of blizzard winds on the way all is quiet.

King's Highway is usually bustling on a weekday like today but with word of blizzard winds on the way all is quiet.

Town is beautiful and peaceful - you can even make first tracks on certain stretches of King's Highway.

 At the intersection of, "Getting it done," and "Keeping things going." 

At the intersection of, "Getting it done," and "Keeping things going." 

On other stretches of town, the men and women with key roles to play in keeping things going strong are on the scene - first responders, FedEx and UPS at this one busy intersection near the historic Indian King Tavern. Nearby, at Oriental Pearl, food deliveries continue to be brought in by drivers wrapped up to their eyes in outdoor gear.

 Historic Indian King Tavern under a blanket of snow.

Historic Indian King Tavern under a blanket of snow.

 Haddonfield hard at work no matter what the weather.

Haddonfield hard at work no matter what the weather.

A few steps off the Highway, kids home from school make the best of a snow day.

Sledding on a Snow Day

And back up on the town's main street, our shop glows for a little while longer in case anyone drops in for snow day goods like cocktail fixins, snacks, coffee or just a spot to shake off the cold awhile. Soon we'll head home too to make the most of a day under snow.

Snow at the Mancave - Gorshin Trading Post