Photos: Hope had fun in the snow during #BCStorm

As Hope got blanketed in snow last week, residents took breaks from shoveling driveways and scraping off cars to have some fun. Readers shared their favourite photos from the snowstorm with the Hope Standard.

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Chelsey Perkins captured her dog in action in the knee-deep snow. (Chelsey Perkins photo)

Kids had endless amounts of fun in the first snow of the winter. (Kristan Enns)

Mountains dusted in fresh powder. (Carol Lee Kardash Bacon photo)

Most Hope residents experienced some shock to find their cars covered in 10 to 20 centimeteres of snow during the storm. (Carol Lee Kardash Bacon photo)

The streets were difficult to get through but the snowcapped mountains were more beautiful than ever last week. (Andrea Parker photo)

A young Hope resident displayed a giant icicle. (Kristan Enns photo)

Captured mid-jump. (Naomi Strathern photo)

A plow was busy clearing Highway 3 Sunday, with a beautiful vista in the background. (John Nigh photo)

Brian McKinney, MC and first brave resident to take part in the Polar Bear Swim, watches from shore as Angeline Rhodes and Kyle Webber jump in. (Emelie Peacock photo)

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