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A stranger's help
December 28, 2009 - Deb Gau
It’s that time of year again, when my tiny, low-to-the-ground car can find itself stuck on snowdrifts that an SUV or pickup would blow right through.
That happened on Monday, when I took a wrong turn onto a gravel road south of Marshall which had accumulated a couple of inches near the intersection. I want to thank the man in the tan car who saw me trying to dig out and stopped to help. Not only did you take the time to give my vehicle a push out of the snow, but once I had gotten unstuck and turned in the direction I wanted to go, you waited to give me an all-clear when it was safe to get back on the highway. And I didn’t even get your name.
Thank you so much for your help. If my tires kicked up any snow on you while you were giving the car a push, sorry about that. I hope the rest of your travels were safe and uneventful.
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