It’s 4:30 a.m. It’s dark and somewhere between 0 and minus 6 degrees.
Snow furiously swirls in the headlights, coming straight at the windshield of the car in which I am riding. Becky is driving as we explore some of the country roads in our area. She occasionally brakes with caution to determine conditions and gather information.
I am hunkered down in the passenger seat shivering and wondering why the heater is taking forever to warm the air inside.