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THE KINGSFIELD COMMUNITY IN PICTURES
Hurricane Sandy uprooted and ripped apart several trees in our neighborhood the evening of October 29, leaving tree trunks and branches in our streets and front lawns. Click and image to enlarge it.
This photo, taken by Dave Fazio, delivers its own story of a typical late-afternoon summer storm approaching Kingsfield.
Now take a look at the angry-looking clouds right over our community and see the weather station that provides up-to-the minute weather reports from Dave's deck. Select the Weather button in the left column to retrieve the current weather report. Thank you, Dave, for providing this service for our community.
Kingsfield Gold and White (just like many of our homeowners)
Many Trees Damaged by the Heavy Snow
Not Halloween: Don and Fran Nikles helped their granddaughter, Allison, celebrate her 10th birthday with a Harry Potter theme party. For those of you not Harry Potter fans, Fran is Professor Minerva McGonagall; Don is Wizard Dumbledore and Alli is Hermione.
Linda Trauger and Friend
Job Finished, Equipment Loaded Back into Derstine's Truck
Gazebo Circle Cleared; Sun Will Do the Rest of the Job
Two Other Photos Below
Nine Deer a Grazing
December 2009 Snowstorm
The First View of Kingsfield
The garden at Verne and Gloria Moyer's home welcome everybody who enters Kingsfield.
Kate Pike took the following photos during the early evening hours of June 15. The storm was fast and furious, leaving behind a winter-look landscape that disappeared in a few hours.
The landscape committee ushered in spring by planting junipers in the circle.
And a sure sign of spring was Bill Myers watering the landscaping around his house.
The flowering cherry on Westminster Lane offered just one example of the beautiful spring foliage this year.
Photos by Tom Moyer
Some photos by Len Scapon, the best by someone else.
Kingsfield Fall Fest on September 10th was a big hit as 65 people enjoyed food, talk and a strange game called "Geezer Golf."
Geezer Golf required instant replay to solve scoring disagreements
Photo by Chuck Antell.
Clint Eastwood attended the fall fest. Sam Pierce asked him to look into the Chinch bug problem.
A major accident in Kingsfield-A Waste Management trash truck collected a light pole near Bill Myer's house. It was soon replaced by PP&L.
A balloon landed nearby on a beautiful fall day. The occupants jumped out and sped away before we could assess landing fees.