The Great Eastern Shore Deep Freeze in the Winter of 1976-77

Perhaps the deepest of all Eastern Shore deep freezes set in before Christmas, 1976, and it didn’t let up until well into February, 1977, two full bone-chilling months. Back then, only older folks on the Shore could remember anything like it—and those memories went clear back to 1918. In order to top the Eastern Shore deep freeze of 1976/77, you pretty much have have to go back … Continue reading The Great Eastern Shore Deep Freeze in the Winter of 1976-77