Thursday, February 19, 2015

It Doesn't Take Much

A sudden snow squall, a steep driveway, and you have my neighbor calling his insurance company.


Oddly, I didn't hear it.  Must have just merged the sound with the wind and radio.

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  1. Oopsies. At least it stopped there instead of continuing on down the hill. You didn't mention any injuries (other than bruised pride) so that's a good thing.

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    1. I checked it when I saw it to make sure no one was in there, then called the neighbors. They hadn't heard it either - saw it this morning. Apparently he was just bruised. But it is a good thing he was able to get out. He would have died very quickly from this cold had he been trapped.

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    1. Yeah. And probably an unwillingness to even try to get up that driveway until Spring. 2020.

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  3. That had to suck.

    I saw quite a few wrecks up here Thursday morning - people going too fast, getting surprised by road ice and their cars ending up in head-scratching locations.

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    1. Every once in a while I see one sitting in a way that I can't figure out how it possibly be.

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  4. crikey.
    Reading between the lines, I take it that the vehicle was the only casualty.
    Talk about a bad day. Very bad day.

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    1. Just bumps and bruises for driver. It wasn't high speed so that helped.

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  5. Yikes! You're lucky that it didn't keep rolling down into your yard.

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  6. It's the next driveway over - it would have rolled into the woods. But I still can't believe I didn't hear it.

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