Winter Storm Brings Snow To Manzanar – Photos

Over the past few days, California has been hit by winter storms up and down the state, and the Owens Valley, where Manzanar National Historic Site is located, is no exception.

In fact, on Friday, November 22, 2013, snow fell throughout the day, something of a rarity at Manzanar.

Patricia Biggs, one of the rangers at Manzanar, was kind of enough to share some photos with us. Enjoy!

LEAD PHOTO: A rarity: A winter storm brought snow to Manzanar National Historic Site on November 22, 2013. Photo: Patricia Biggs/National Park Service Photo.

Snow Falls At Manzanar National Historic Site, November 22, 2013

Photos by Patricia Biggs, courtesy National Park Service. Click on any photo to view a larger image, and to scroll/click through the gallery.


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