|Somewhere in Alberta 100 km south of Calgary|
|truck stop, Brooks, Alberta|
That was just the beginning. It had snowed through the night and ice had formed and glazed the highway in parts. We waited until the Jeep was released and the sun had risen. We were back on the road by 9am. Good job guys!!!! Everything was great. We crossed into Alberta around 10 am., sunny and beautiful, but cold. I still can't get the song "Feelin Groovy" out of my head, then, sh*&^%, F^%$$ and all that jazz. We hit ice! thank God the roads are straight and flat; flatter than flat and Bob was driving. It took us both by surprise. We did a 2 km skid right down the flatter than flat and straighter than straight road. Our palms were sweating. Yes, Skid King is Bob's new title; not the skid king in your shorts, But some fancy driving. Bob had lots of practise from his youth and parking lot spins. Again, Thank God for goofing around in cars in our early years. Your my Hero! I Love you!!!
Tomorrow....Panorama, B.C.!!!!!!! Feelin Groovy!!!!!!!!!!!!!