What wasn't usual (well maybe more than he would like to admit) is that Hubby was walking BACK from the gate because his truck was stuck. In the ditch, in the snow, up to the bed on the rear wheels. But get this: he wasn't STUCK. Nope, his definition of 'stuck' is you don't survive the incident. Like in you DIE.
He'd been turning around in the plow/feed truck to after clearing some good sized drifts and backed into the 'well' alongside the road we have to catch the snow so the drift isn't so deep on the road and well he got (say it softly)
So first thing I asked him, what are you stuck? Him: No. Me: Looks like you ain't moving. Him: Not yet. Me: Do I need to pull you out? Him: Would be nice, saves me from walking back again. Me: First you gotta say you are stuck. Him: Nope. Me: Yep. Him: Okay I'm stuck.
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Hmmmm, for clarification I give you He Said, She Said:
The Definition of Stuck
HIS - Hatchet Jack in Jeremiah Johnson, although of sound mind and broke legs, was definitely STUCK and most Frozen.
HERS - Anytime you are wallowing around in a snow bank putting these puppies on, you are STUCK.
HE WAS DEFINITELY STUCK on January 1, 2012. I Rest my Case.