Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues 1/28 @ 10:53AM – top of shades crest

Tues 1/28 @ 10:53AM - top of shades crest. Just behind the fire truck is this scene. I try to help the lady in the SUV shown here and tell her the best course is probably to drive through the yard in front of her. She wants to get permission from the owner of the house, but as she steps out of the car she slips and falls. She laughs about it and gets right back up, but that gives you an idea of how slippery the roads have gotten after less than an hour of light to moderate snow.

Tues 1/28 @ 10:53AM – top of shades crest. Just behind the fire truck is this scene. I try to help the lady in the SUV shown here and tell her the best course is probably to drive through the yard in front of her. She wants to get permission from the owner of the house, but as she steps out of the car she slips and falls. She laughs about it and gets right back up, but that gives you an idea of how slippery the roads have gotten after less than an hour of light to moderate snow.

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Also, that huge wolf spider was on my socks today. As much as I wanted to keep him downstairs to eat other bugs, I was afraid o would step on him so I took him outside. He's probably already been eaten by a bird ... the circle of life is so cruel. Apparently I have developed a later in life allergy to bee stings. My hand and my quad are both swollen from the two bee stings I got yesterday. Men's 100 mile podium.

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