Friday, December 29, 2006

THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS, and another winter storm

Another winter storm blew across Colorado yesterday, 5 hours early.  While the residents were scurrying around trying to stock up on essentials, the storm front moved in with a vengeance.  This motorist, a young mother, was trying frantically to reach her baby sitter's house to get her young children.  Dickidoo and 3 other passers-by pushed her little car several hundred yards uphill until the road evened out and she was able to get some traction.  Driving to work this morning wasn't too bad, but now there is a layer of ice an inch thick on all of the roads.  Dickidoo to the rescue again, he is driving me in tomorrow... he has chains on the Hemi.

Yucca is considered to be a desert plant, and I have some very unpleasant memories of it during my many hunting trips, but it sure makes a beautiful picture when covered in snow.  I jumped out of the Hemi while Dickidoo was helping to push the Mustang.  Note to self, never EVER go outside to take pictures during a snow storm while wearing slip on clogs. Brrrrrr!

16 comments:

mumma4evr said...

brrrr.. ......I love men like DickiDoo and  the other pushers!!!!
Becky

thisismis72 said...

wow that looks like an under water scene, how neat, glad yu got some do gooders there, I bet that mom was ever so gratful, have a great night and a wonderful weekend.
Missy  

nightmaremom said...

Mustangs are horrible in the snow... glad she had some helpers on the road.
I've been seeing you on the news for days and here the grass is green... and showing.  Be safe and warm
Happy New Year!
d

princesssaurora said...

Sorry about the frozen feet, but the picture is beautiful!  You guys are all so kind... that mom probably said many thankful prayers for you all!

be well and be CAREFUL!
Dawn

glensfork4 said...

That picture does look like it is underwater, very cool. How thankful she must be to you all for helping. We have no snow and it was 60+ today...(((Sorry))) Yeah, I did the clog thing when we had all the rain-DUH. Be careful in the morning..
Michele
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deshelestraci said...

Beautiful pictures!  Glad you are safe!
Traci

mzgoochi said...

that bottom pic is beautiful Dorn!

jckfrstross said...

I don't know about you but i am sick of snow:) they say another one tonight into tomorrow have a safe New Years eve:)

Deb

tkelliher617 said...

ooooo what great pictures.  I was actually thinking about you today because you are the only person I know that lives in CO glad everyone is safe.  Happy New Years too!
Tabatha

leakylexion said...

oh well it's a white christmas right?? hee

brainwhispers said...

Clogs?
Are you dutch?
Only the dutch wear clogs. Big clunky wooden ones. Carrying cheese and Tulips on the way to the windmills.

missheathyrmaree said...

Those pics are beautiful.
Seriously.
:] Good for Dickidoo.
He really is an AWESOME guy :]
Hope you have a great New Years!
xo,
Heather

astaryth said...

That's right, you are in the middle of the blizzard! For some reason I didn't think about you being in CO till I saw the pics..... I think snow is beautiful... in pictures <g>.... I think I'll just stay here (it's 79 out right now) and enjoy the beauty of the snow vicariously thru your pics!! Stay warm!

swmpgrly said...

thats an excellent note to yourself...lol
Now send me a little snow.
I bet we get slammed here once we finally get it.

sugar1337 said...

That was very nice of them to help out a person in need.  :)
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hestiahomeschool said...

Dickidoo has such a sweet spirit.  I fell in love with your whole family. They ask when we are going back to Colorado, although no one wants all of your snow!  It is 62 here today, unseasonably warm...we are heading down to our mountains again in a few days, which will be snow free...