It was from the 1960s, a time when a heavy snow could shut down the Neck for two days. There was more snow and much less equipment, one tireless little bulldozer inched its way north from the Breakers, where the deep snow began, slowly breaking through the feet-deep drifts.
The school staff was skeletal, with one administrator, a superintendent, who that year was on the mainland, working on a higher degree. These were the years of a boat, six days a week, all winter; travel to the mainland was infrequent.
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