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My life skills were learned, not taught. We all have our own way of digesting what we see and do in our lives.
Driving and working in many other occupations over my lifetime, and doing what I’ve been doing for so long, have taught
me that you can learn a lot about yourself, as well as others. Your life skills become your friends, and you can even pick them
up unconsciously, not even realising you have them for later use.
I had to learn about the weather so I could meet my work commitments, especially over the past twenty years. Some of my
friends could tell you I have an obsession with the weather.
Unfortunately, within a couple of weeks of leaving my gardening business, our house was destroyed by a fire at 5 o’clock on a windy Sunday morning. Gone in just seven minutes! The windy weather played a big part in helping the fire to destroy our house.
But driving around most of the country has also taught me a lot about being resilient when the weather and/or the road conditions have been horrible. Heavy rain, fog, wind, snow, narrow bridges, farms, city traffic—the list goes on. Not to mention dealing with all kinds of people and animals.
Worst of all was the long journey Cyclone Yasi took from Mission Beach in North Queensland until it left Victoria a few days later.
That’s how I came up with this fictional story, and it is based on actual events over my trucking life.
I hope you enjoyed the ride.

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