The Winter - Spring class descriptions are done! They are posted on a separate page of this blog to conserve space. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to call the shop.
I hope you all had a less "interesting" drive to work this morning than I did. My development did not get sand or salt this morning. As I left for work the roads looked OK, just a little dusting of snow. Alas, that little dusting of snow was on top of a lovely coat of black ice, as I discovered when I tried to stop at the "T" in the road. I also learned something about ABS brakes - even when your brakes are chattering like an ADHD squirrel and you are sliding straight towards a crab apple tree on someone's lawn, it is nonetheless possible to have a modicum of control and steer your vehicle to make it navigate around the corner somewhat obliquely.
So I slowed down to a snail's pace and approached the next turn - a 90 degree left. Despite my sedentary crawl, I began sliding again, and my brakes resumed the chattering. I over-shot my turn by a few feet, but was able to make the turn with only a wee bit of reversing.
The rest of the drive in to work was less entertaining, especially once I got onto main roads that had high traffic to keep them clear, if nothing else. As I sit here writing this, it is snowing like a snow globe in a cement mixer, and I am told by customers that the roads are getting slick. So drive safely everyone.
Purls of wisdom: experience is something you get right after you need it.