If you are driving up to a mountain cabin, and a huge snowstorm is expected, you might want to check whether you have the right chains before you get past the snow level.
Fortunately some enterprising young men were making money putting chains on cars. I paid one of them to take me to Running Springs about five miles away to buy the right sized chains. Then Katrina, who has much more talent for snow driving, drove us the rest of the way to Big Bear through the storm.
The drive, which normally takes maybe three hours tops, took more than six. But we got there.
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