Sarah and Jesse Briones, right, team up to help their mom, Maryann Hitchman, shovel the driveway after they estimated 13 inches of snow fell on their Bonney Lake property on Sunday evening and Monday morning. “It’s kind of a bad memory,” said Hitchman who moved from the Tri-Cities three years ago. “We used to get a ton of snow there. At least we’re burning some calories.”
Sarah and Jesse Briones, right, team up to help their mom, Maryann Hitchman, shovel the driveway after they estimated 13 inches of snow fell on their Bonney Lake property on Sunday evening and Monday morning. “It’s kind of a bad memory,” said Hitchman who moved from the Tri-Cities three years ago. “We used to get a ton of snow there. At least we’re burning some calories.” Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Sarah and Jesse Briones, right, team up to help their mom, Maryann Hitchman, shovel the driveway after they estimated 13 inches of snow fell on their Bonney Lake property on Sunday evening and Monday morning. “It’s kind of a bad memory,” said Hitchman who moved from the Tri-Cities three years ago. “We used to get a ton of snow there. At least we’re burning some calories.” Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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