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Don in Cal
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:38 pm    Post subject: OT Driving in Snow Storm Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Subject: Driving in a Minnesota Blizzard



When Lena got off work up there at Perham, it was snowing heavily and blowing to the point that visibility was almost zero. She made her way to her car and wondered how she was going to get home.

She sat in the car while it warmed up and thought about her situation. She remembered Ole"s advice that if she got caught in a blizzard, she should wait for a snowplow to come by and follow it. That way she would not have to worry about going off the road or getting stuck in a snowdrift.

Sure enough, in a little while, a snowplow went by, so she pulled out and began to follow it. As she followed along behind the plow, she felt quite comfortable and smug as they continued on their way and she was not having any problem with the blizzard or road conditions.

After some time had passed, she was somewhat surprised when the snowplow stopped. The driver got out of the cab and came back to her car. He signaled her to roll down her window and asked if she was all right, as she had been following him for a long time. Lena said she was fine and told him of her husband"s advice to follow a plow when caught in a blizzard. The driver replied it was okay with him and that she could continue to follow him if she wanted,

But he wanted her to know that he was done with the WalMart parking lot now and was going over to Target next.
 
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:32 pm    Post subject: Re: OT Driving in Snow Storm Reply to specific post Reply with quote

"Very Good"!
 
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:44 pm    Post subject: Re: OT Driving in Snow Storm Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Good one Don.
Here's another one:

This happened last winter just outside of Douglas, a little town in the back country of North Dakota . It sounds like an Alfred Hitchcock tale.
This out-of-state traveler was on the side of the road, hitchhiking on a real dark night in the middle of a snow storm. Time passed slowly and no cars went by. It was snowing so hard he could hardly see his hand in front of his face.
Suddenly he saw a car moving slowly, approaching and appearing ghost like in the snow. It slowly and silently crept toward him and stopped. Wanting a ride real bad the guy jumped in the car and closed the door; only then did he realize that there was nobody behind the wheel, and no sound of an engine .
Again the car crept slowly forward and the guy was terrified, too scared to think of jumping out and running. The guy saw that the car was approaching a sharp curve and, still too scared to jump out, he started to pray and began begging for his life; he was sure the ghost car would go off the road and into a nearby lake and he would drown!
But just before the curve, a shadowy figure appeared at the driver's window and a hand reached in and turned the steering wheel, guiding the car safely around the bend. Then, just as silently, the hand disappeared through the window and the hitchhiker was alone again! Paralyzed with fear, the guy watched the hand reappear every time they reached a curve.
Finally the guy, scared to near death, had all he could take and jumped out of the car and ran and ran, into Garrison. Wet and in shock, he went into a bar and voice quavering, ordered two shots of whiskey, then told everybody about his supernatural experience.
A silence enveloped and everybody got goose bumps when they realized the guy was telling the truth (and was not just some drunk).
About half an hour later two guys walked into the bar and one says to the other, 'Look Ole, ders dat idiot that rode in our car when we wuz pushin it in the snow.'
 
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 2:40 pm    Post subject: Re: OT Driving in Snow Storm Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Yah, dem both goot!
 
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2013 10:44 am    Post subject: Re: OT Driving in Snow Storm Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Great stories, both!!
 
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