BURYING COOPER AGAIN
Cooper, the grandson. Living in the High Sierras. In the WINTER!
I wrote a few posts ago about the five or six feet of snow Cooper and his family got last weekend. And now they have another six feet.
And no electricity. No cell phone. I got one last short text from them – and a photo!
I presume school is closed again, because it’s hard getting around on those roads.
I know this place. It’s where you try to find the exit leading into their little mountain village.
You can get around with chains on your tires.
After the snowfall, you can get around in the village too:
But when you leave the village and want to go home, you’ll have to drive on those mountain roads again.
Say a little prayer for Cooper’s Mommy. She’s supposed to return home from a business trip today, and it’s quite likely she’s out there on these roads just as I am writing this. She needs to drive UP about 3,000 feet of elevation from the airport to her home.
Into the snowstorm.