Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Pink Snow

Driving in the Birmingham this morning I was in the center lane. Up a head I saw something about the size of a bale of hay in the road. All of a sudden an eighteen wheeler ran over what I discovered was a huge roll of fiberglass insulation. After the truck passed over, a cloud of pink fiberglass blew up make the scene turn surrealistic. I drove for almost a mile and the fibers whirled around like pink snowflakes.
I was not sure how tight the ventilation was in my truck so I put my sleeve over my nose and mouth until I passed thought the summer snowstorm. Hopefully none of the fibers found their way through to the cab of the truck. I thought to myself, now that's something you don't see every day.

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