PHOTOS: Nakusp keeps busy during the cold snap

Carly Cooke and her family practice skiing. (Submitted/Carly Cooke)Carly Cooke and her family practice skiing. (Submitted/Carly Cooke)
Cheryl Black and her family spent the days skiing and playing hockey. (Submitted/Cheryl Black)Cheryl Black and her family spent the days skiing and playing hockey. (Submitted/Cheryl Black)
Jade Cohen picked up an old hobby to fill the cold days. (Submitted/Jade Cohen)Jade Cohen picked up an old hobby to fill the cold days. (Submitted/Jade Cohen)
Janice Roger did some crafting. (Submitted/ Janice Roger)Janice Roger did some crafting. (Submitted/ Janice Roger)
Lisa Prochnavy was staying cozy at The Windsor Hotel in Trout Lake. (Submitted/Lisa Prochnavy)Lisa Prochnavy was staying cozy at The Windsor Hotel in Trout Lake. (Submitted/Lisa Prochnavy)
Maia Smith spent the cold days walking or snowshoeing. (Submitted/Maia Smith)Maia Smith spent the cold days walking or snowshoeing. (Submitted/Maia Smith)
Mary Alstad spent the cold days cuddling with her cat. (Submitted/Mary Alstad)Mary Alstad spent the cold days cuddling with her cat. (Submitted/Mary Alstad)
Shannon Heppner baked. (Submitted/Shannon Heppner)Shannon Heppner baked. (Submitted/Shannon Heppner)
Shirley McCallum quilted during the cold snap. (Submitted/Shirley McCallum)Shirley McCallum quilted during the cold snap. (Submitted/Shirley McCallum)
Terri Bland baked with her daughter during the cold snap. (Submitted/Terri Bland)Terri Bland baked with her daughter during the cold snap. (Submitted/Terri Bland)
Tracy Ellis Lasseter was diamond painting. Pictured is on she recently completed. (Submitted/Tracy Ellis Lasseter)Tracy Ellis Lasseter was diamond painting. Pictured is on she recently completed. (Submitted/Tracy Ellis Lasseter)
Kevin Krause spent time exploring with his dogs in the cold snap, they love the cold weather. (Submitted/Kevin Krause)Kevin Krause spent time exploring with his dogs in the cold snap, they love the cold weather. (Submitted/Kevin Krause)
(Submitted/Lisa Ponto)(Submitted/Lisa Ponto)

The arctic chill rolled across the province last week.

According to Environment Canada the coldest night was Feb. 12, which saw the temperature in Nakusp reach -16 degrees Celsius.

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