'Road man' laments dangerous winter driving Dangerous winter conditions do little to slow down some drivers, according to the general manager of Argo Road Maintenance.
While cruising along at 85 km/h Monday behind a coworker who was driving a truck loaded with louis vuitton alma bb youtube fuel, Tom Bone said a woman roared up behind louis vuitton agenda black them on the icy and snowy Highway 5. "She passed both of us doing 110 km/h," said Bone. "She gave us the finger." Having been in the business for more than 40 years, Bone wasn't surprised what happened a few kilometres later. That same driver with the impatient middle finger was in the ditch. There was frustration in Bone's voice as he responded Tuesday to concerns about a lack of louis vuitton alma dust bag sand and gravel on road surfaces, specifically on Paul Lake Road. "That's probably the last thing we would ever be doing as road men," he said. The company, which services highways in the region, has poured on 14,000 cubic metres of sand and 1,200 cubic metres of salt to date this season. "More in the last couple of weeks than at any time last year," he said. "We can see the piles lowering very quickly. We've burned a huge amount of fuel." The problem is not the roads or the road maintenance, but the speeds, he said. Recent complaints called in included one about louis vuitton shoes on amazon too much sand and gravel on the Yellowhead, just a week after Clearwater lost two of its citizens due to road conditions. When the snow falls, all available hands are pressed into service at Argo, including Bone.
And they are never told to economize on sand and gravel, he added. "It's not like we're playing cards here.".
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