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Patch Car Tire
- a tire consisting of a rubber ring around the rim of an automobile wheel
- spot: a small contrasting part of something; "a bald spot"; "a leopard's spots"; "a patch of clouds"; "patches of thin ice"; "a fleck of red"
- to join or unite the pieces of; "patch the skirt"
- Place a patch over (a good eye) in order to encourage a lazy eye to work
- Mend or strengthen (fabric or an item of clothing) by putting a piece of material over a hole or weak point in it
- Correct, enhance, or modify (a routine or program) by inserting a patch
- provide with a patch; also used metaphorically; "The field was patched with snow"
Wet, tired, Snow Storm causing some problems
When the snow storm hit my dad and grandma were out in Richlands. My mom was in Honaker at the apartment getting paid to sit with an elderly lady. He manage to get to grandma safely. Me, Jacob, and Amber(friend) are home alone, dad had to get back to us. He brought the van but knew he couldn't get up the hill so he back off the hill and went back to Honaker to get mom's car, which is front wheel drive.
First time he goes at it not enough speed just make so far he back completely out and heads up the road. Come back hitting it head on, blasting up the driveway. He make into the curve almost in the drive and as he cutting it to put it to the driveway. The car does a 180 and he has to go back down the hill. He tries it again make it to the beginning of the curve, car does not want to turn and almost run into the tree. I decide that we are going to shovel the snow out of the curve and throw gravel down from the rock pile to the left of my driveway. This is taking a lot of time, dad decide he going to attempt it again still end up at the doing the same. Mom calls in the middle of this and tell him to just park in at the neighbor's driveway. Dad couldn't get into the neighbor's driveway. We walk down the hill by this time and in the chaos of all this I have lost one of the house's phones. He deside he going to park the car in the wide spot. He end up burring the car and spinning the tires. We began pushing him out and do it again almost putting himself into the fence. Almost pinning Amber into the fence once or twice. That idea had failed and he back out and got back on the main road.
We stood there waiting for him to have another go at the wide patch or something else. I had notice his headlight are not moving. We run to the end of our driveway and see that he burried it in the high snow on the side of the road purposely. We carefully walk about there got all the stuff that need to be brought to the house.
Really only thought that was in my head at the time was hoping that no one loses control of there car coming over the hill and slam into our car or a snow plow catching it with it blade. We made back up the hill have no clue were I lost the house phone. Mom calls panicy been calling but no one up there to answer. She told me to forget about the phone and that she was at grandma and was fine(grandma lives like 10 apartments from the elderly lady mom takes care of). We all got out of our wet cloths and oddly the house was warm, I was warm but shivering really bad. That lasted about 15 minutes while I was setting computer which was what I was doing before all this happen. Our power went out, worst thing about that the battery pack (you use to boost your car) that has an adapter hookup to hook the scanner up and keep it going was in the van at grandma in Honaker. Dad went and got the kerosine heater and luckly had got a jug of extra kerosine.
I slep in the recliner a bit paronoid of the kerosine heater that it could catch the house on fire or I could die of carbon dioxide poisioning.
Saturday corded phone working so I taking call on it. Mom suggest we come and stay at grandma. Honaker had power and she fine with it. So we pack up all our stuff and head down the hill. We get the car ready and Dad gets us all in for the chance he can get out of the snow with out help. Wasn't possible, so we got out and pushed him out of the snow into the road, in which we quickly jump in and spead off toward grandma.
Nanny, who worried us a lot til we was able to contact her neighbor and find out her power was out and her corded phone was not working, called up Sunday telling us she just called our house and got the answer machine. That mean't we had power, which she did to but not phone or cable service.
The bandana was to cover my mouth, Jake had been doing it when he went out in the snow kept his face warm. Amber had one on, were I had been running back and forth plus panicing my throat was hurting me real bad from the cold air. She gave it to me to help me stop breathing in so much cold air.
I did have a better and bigger story typed out but my computer kept popping a message up asking that it needed to update and I could restart and or post pone it for a certain amount of time. I mean't to click post pone but I ended up clicking restart and wasn't able to hit save fast enough.
Sorry for the fact that the picture look similar to the first.
The nail I found in my tire yesterday. Fortunately a) my tire wasn't flat, b)I had the day off so I could take it to the shop and c) my friend Karen was willing to pick me up at the car place so I didn't have to wait there d) they were able to patch the hole instead of me buying a new tire!
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