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4 FRIDAY, JANUARY 24- MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2014 NEWS Cape Gazette In a deep freeze Winter temps have an icy grip on Cape Region SPARED THE TOTAL WRATH of the Jan. 21 winter storm, the Cape Region was still hit with a blast of frigid air and snow accu- RON MACARTHUR PHOTO mulating from 2 to 4 inches. Above, wind has blown the dry snow along the dunes in Rehoboth Beach. -;;* ., i., ..- "i   ., RON MACARTHUR PHOTO Brandon Robertson, who works for Brighton Suites in Re- hoboth Beach, says this is the first time he's been able to use a snow blower. See more photos from the storm: caette,caln )) On I.stagram: ,tem,oW RON MACARTHUR PHOTO Holden Kammerer of Lewes proves that boogie boards can also be used for winter sports. Frigid temperatures filled the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal with ice. DENNIS FORNEY PHOTO Blowing salt spray coated grasses along the bank of the Broadkill River near Roosevelt Inlet. NICK ROTH PHOTO NICK ROTH PHOTO School was cancelled at least two days this week, leaving buses snow- covered in the parking lot. NICK ROTH PHOTO There weren't too many people out kayaking this week. RON MACARTHUR PHOTO It didn't take long for cars and trucks to get back on Route 1 following the Jan. 21 snowstorm. NICK ROTH PHOTO Lewes Deputy Mayor Ted Becker clears snow off the sidewalk on Second Street.