Roadside assistance appreciated

News Feb 11, 2014 Dundas Star News

 Agnes Frebold-Schroder, Ancaster

  I was trying to get out of my driveway on Garner Road on Feb. 2 and I ended up stuck and standing there with a shovel.

A grey VW pulls up and a cheery voices asks, "Are you stuck?" 

Before I know it, three nicely dressed young men are standing there in the icy muck of road plow deposit,  giving me a good push to get me out onto the road. 

With a line-up of traffic behind me, there is no safe way of stopping to say thank you and ask their names. 

So, if you young men see this, I say, "Thank You.  You are a credit to your generation."

 

Roadside assistance appreciated

News Feb 11, 2014 Dundas Star News

 Agnes Frebold-Schroder, Ancaster

  I was trying to get out of my driveway on Garner Road on Feb. 2 and I ended up stuck and standing there with a shovel.

A grey VW pulls up and a cheery voices asks, "Are you stuck?" 

Before I know it, three nicely dressed young men are standing there in the icy muck of road plow deposit,  giving me a good push to get me out onto the road. 

With a line-up of traffic behind me, there is no safe way of stopping to say thank you and ask their names. 

So, if you young men see this, I say, "Thank You.  You are a credit to your generation."

 

Roadside assistance appreciated

News Feb 11, 2014 Dundas Star News

 Agnes Frebold-Schroder, Ancaster

  I was trying to get out of my driveway on Garner Road on Feb. 2 and I ended up stuck and standing there with a shovel.

A grey VW pulls up and a cheery voices asks, "Are you stuck?" 

Before I know it, three nicely dressed young men are standing there in the icy muck of road plow deposit,  giving me a good push to get me out onto the road. 

With a line-up of traffic behind me, there is no safe way of stopping to say thank you and ask their names. 

So, if you young men see this, I say, "Thank You.  You are a credit to your generation."