You Call That a Snowpacalypse?

So they predicted it would be the biggest snow storm in New York City history dumping up to 3 feet of snow.  The shops were all crowded with people stocking up on supplies, kale, and preparing for the loss of power and not having to go to work for days.  Spoiler alert, snowpacalypse didn't happen.
a few days before snowpacalypse we discovered that the Other Half brewery was a few blocks south of us in Carroll Gardens and they have a way cool tasting room.  They have some crazy beers and some funky ones.

Brooklyn's other brewery.  Still a hidden gem for sure!

This was one of the funky brews,  "Beat it Nerd" a brett fermented IPA. 
There are a few cats they let in and out.  Jen's caption for this photo was going to be "finding the darndest things in new places".  Dig in there buddy.

around the corner we discovered is where the salt trucks are for this part of brooklyn.  I would find out at 2 am why this truck driver was here waiting with this load of salt

woke up at 2am to this.  Had no idea it was supposed to snow.

flash forward to Snowpacalypse day and this is all the snow we got.  The night before travel was banned after 11pm.  Everything shut down or closed.  New York woke up very disappointed.

You call that a Snowpacalypse?

the other week someone drove a car through the Henry Public's window.

it's really sad where kids have to sled in NYC.  The road at the top of the hill is a highway the BQE (brooklyn queens expressway) and then they sled down into a street.

roosevelt island.  Virginia's family used to live there 

The Snow Queen.  What kind of frosty spells exist inside her mojo satchel

grossness.  4 levels of traffic below the brooklyn heights promenade.  It's the BQE again.  You can't really hear the traffic from the promenade though and it looks out onto all of lower manhattan.  Great in the summer time.

Brooklyn bridge park.  bk bridge in foreground, manhattan bridge in the back.

insanity at the Hillside Dog Park in Brooklyn Heights.  The parents outnumbered the kids and dogs.  Again, sad where kids have to sled.  At least there is a fence between the BQE at the bottom of this "hill"

Smith street, Carroll Gardens south.

time for vin chaud and netflix because tomorrow its back to work.  Thanks for nothing Snowmageddon.


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