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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Survival: Winter Survival in Your Car

You are driving cross country to see family for the holidays.  At first snow flurries just make white grainy rivers of powder on the highway.  But then the tiny powder flakes come harder, faster, and bigger.  Now you are caught in a full snowstorm. You adjust your speed for conditions.  But as the snow worsens visibility is decreased and you are forced to drive even slower. Now you are just crawling along.  You try to adjust your headlights to penetrate the white gloom but this only makes it worse.  You know it's time to get off the road but where? You can barely see the end of your hood.  The highway, once easily recognized is little more than a white indentation in the horizon.  Then it is gone...

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