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Climbing up a mountain always felt like driving into another dimension, like reaching a different world in a fantasy game. It also meant cold, and I was starting to forget that I had toes and fingers. I reached forward and flicked the heater on higher. Warm air blasted my face and began to dry the condensation on my windshield. I lowered my head and peered up at the sky. The clouds looked heavy with snow.
According to my phone, I had an hour to go. I was regretting not taking Tanya up on her offer to drive together. But by the time I’d firmed up my decision to go, she’d already made plans to drive up with two coworkers, Rocky and Gus. And since she had a secret crush and an even more secret plan to snag Rocky one day, I didn’t want to get in her way. I could have driven with them, but I had too many things to do at home. I didn’t want to hold anyone back.
I was sure there would be no downtime for the rest of the weekend, so the lonely, quiet drive gave me a chance to relax. The curves in the road had begun to get curvier, and I had to pay attention. My eyes were glued to the asphalt in front of me, so I hadn’t noticed that a dense, white fog was moving in on the mountain. It seemed to swallow up my car.
The light from my headlights was absorbed by the opaque moisture. I couldn’t see more than three feet in front of me, but worse, I couldn’t see the side of the road. There was no way to spot a turnoff or vista where I could stop safely until the haze lifted.