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#1 posted 549 days ago

Kiefer,
This reminds me a time back in early 1970’s when I got caught up in a blizzard back in New England. I was on a highway headed to work during the height of a very bad snow storm. We were all following the ploughs but soon the snow ploughs met their match and everything came to a stop. One plough made a path across the median and one by one we were directed by the state police to turn around and head back the other way. The roads were so covered you could hardly tell were the exits were. I found my exit and was on I-95 when I saw cars coming at me on my side of the road. They stopped me to ask for directions. I told them It’s no use the road is impassable turn around and go home!
When your young situations like this are no big deal but now that I have packed on a few years I’m happy to be free of the flakes!

-- Tony C , My high school shop teacher said "You can do it"... Now I can't stop!


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