Temperatures had plummeted into the single digits overnight; the morning sky dawned crystal blue. The roads were dry now, clear after the spate of recent winter storms. I headed north to the office through back country, cruising past the expanse of frozen white fields stretched out beneath the icy blue sky. Shifting into overdrive, I eased the clutch out and gently accelerated along the straight stretch of road. Just as I shot over a slight rise it burst into view: an extensive patch of hard-packed snow jutting across the road. more»
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