Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Wade Fagen, of Fagen Tree Service, cuts a fallen tree into sections that a crane will remove from a house in Northeast Bend.
Album ID: 1901269
The inversion, inverted
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Skiers take in the view and snap some pictures of the scenic inversion layer below, before skiing from the top of the Summit Chair at Mount Bachelor Friday morning.
Album ID: 1891104
The good, the bad ?and the flooding
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Bend Fire Department Battalion Chief Dave Howe monitors a frozen stretch of the Deschutes River from the Columbia Park footbridge on Friday in Bend.
Album ID: 1888751
Deschutes River continues to rise in Bend
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Theo Youngers, right, 10, of Bend, and sister Hadley, 7, look over a flooded section of Millerís Landing on Thursday afternoon in Bend.
Album ID: 1888384
Riverside residents brace for flooding
Dean Guernsey / The Bulletin Looking downstream from the Columbia Park footbridge, the Deschutes River is iced over and threatens flooding in Bend.
Album ID: 1888088
It?s not over yet ? arctic cold will follow big Bend snowfall
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Lily Turecek, 4, of Bend, enjoys gliding through the fresh snow and catching a few snowflakes on her tongue along the way, while sledding with her family at Hillside Park in Bend Monday afternoon.
Album ID: 1887311
A wet weekend, but no major flooding
From left, Jessica Pelz walks her dog with her husband, Zach, of Portland and her mother, Cindi Steward, of Lakeview around a large rain puddle on the river trail in the Old Mill District. Meg Roussos / The Bulletin
Album ID: 1884182
?Chasing damage? after wild winds
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Plastic bags blow over the fence at Knott Landfill as wind gusts blew through Bend Thursday afternoon.
Album ID: 1879747
Stopping by woods on a snowy morning
Album ID: 1876542
Skiing in the rain
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Rainfall formed a pond Tuesday afternoon in front of the West Village Lodge at Mt. Bachelor.