Shawn Melenka braved one of the coldest days of the year in Trail, Friday, Feb. 12, to take a walkabout the city and region where she captured some spectacular icy scenes, including this image in Tadanac of a bike completely frozen over. “It’s gorgeous out there, brisk but gorgeous,” Shawn said. “We live in an amazing place.” Photos: Shawn Melenka

Shawn Melenka braved one of the coldest days of the year in Trail, Friday, Feb. 12, to take a walkabout the city and region where she captured some spectacular icy scenes, including this image in Tadanac of a bike completely frozen over. “It’s gorgeous out there, brisk but gorgeous,” Shawn said. “We live in an amazing place.” Photos: Shawn Melenka

Cold wave ices over the Silver City

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Shawn Melenka shares photos she captured last week after an extreme cold front swept through the City of Trail and iced over everything in its path.

If you have a recent photo to share with Trail Times readers, email it large or actual-size to editor@trailtimes.ca.

This icicle-laden front gate to a Tadanac home looks like a Canadiana painting. Photo: Shawn Melenka

This icicle-laden front gate to a Tadanac home looks like a Canadiana painting. Photo: Shawn Melenka

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