SNOW DAYS: PQB News readers share their photos from a snow-filled weekend

This pooch was enjoying the weekend snowfall in Errington. (Barbara Sil photo)This pooch was enjoying the weekend snowfall in Errington. (Barbara Sil photo)
This snow couple, incorporating the ‘hearts in the window’ theme was shared by PQB News reader Leah Zieroth.This snow couple, incorporating the ‘hearts in the window’ theme was shared by PQB News reader Leah Zieroth.
PQB News reader Joy Braun shares this familiar scene of sledding at Parksville Community Park.PQB News reader Joy Braun shares this familiar scene of sledding at Parksville Community Park.
Luke Hubner shares this shot of some brave souls enjoying a dip.Luke Hubner shares this shot of some brave souls enjoying a dip.
Jenny Robinson shares a shot of a snow mermaid and her friends at Parksville beach.Jenny Robinson shares a shot of a snow mermaid and her friends at Parksville beach.
Tom Fee snapped this shot of a seagull and his snow buddy.Tom Fee snapped this shot of a seagull and his snow buddy.
Luke Hubner snapped this shot of a resident navigating their neighbourhood in unique fashion.Luke Hubner snapped this shot of a resident navigating their neighbourhood in unique fashion.
Jane Graves in Parksville shares this scenic shots of birds in Parksville.Jane Graves in Parksville shares this scenic shots of birds in Parksville.
Nancy Cline snapped this pic of a pooch enjoying a faceful of snow.Nancy Cline snapped this pic of a pooch enjoying a faceful of snow.
July Bronson of Parksville snapped this shot of her family’s unique snow creation.July Bronson of Parksville snapped this shot of her family’s unique snow creation.
Dallas Rae Inwards of Bowser shares this shot of her pooch enjoying the snow.Dallas Rae Inwards of Bowser shares this shot of her pooch enjoying the snow.
Randy Hall snapped this shot from the McMillan Street gazebo in Parksville, shortly after the snow began to fall.Randy Hall snapped this shot from the McMillan Street gazebo in Parksville, shortly after the snow began to fall.

A holiday weekend full of snow meant some fun for Parksville Qualicum Beach residents.

Take a look at this collection of photos submitted by PQB News readers.

READ MORE: WOLF: Snow is great but only if it’s for playtime

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