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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by bfunk13, Oct 1, 2012.
great story - too bad you don't have a pic of his face when you pulled up with the splitter!
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I'm not real old just yet, but it's starting to creep in. I can feel it.
When I get to the point where that gentleman was, I would only hope that a future "bfunk13" will come to my aid every once in a while.
Indeed, pay it forward.
It's one of the best things you can do in this life.
Thanks guys, all great replies, i feel even better now!
Almost every snow storm I go and randomly plow some driveways of strangers if I have some extra time to be out goofing around in my plow truck. Last November we were out of town and we had a major storm dump a lot of snow while my wife and I were away. As we were making our way up the mountain the snow kept getting deeper and deeper the higher we went. We were talking on the way up about how bad the hike into our house was going to be in 3 feet of snow. I was so surprised to see that someone cleared my drive with a snow blower.
Great that you were able to pay it forward to someone that needed it.