Contagious Luck

Four Leaf Clovers Not Needed

Four Leaf Clovers Not Needed

CAMP 5, MT HOOD, OR—Far, far off in the ether, the scent of diesel fumes subtly crept into my awareness and I extracted myself from the Code to find a 36 foot class-A RV idling over my shoulder.

Normally, this wouldn’t be a big deal, but I was camped at the end of a dead-end, one lane, winding, heavily forested, mountain road.

“Oh, no, did I just get myself into a pickle,” I heard over the idling engine. Apparently I wasn’t the only one to see the problem.

After about an hour, we got Mary, a sweet elderly lady only seven months as a nomad, turned around and on her way.

The other day, I was wondering why She led me up to this camp. Now I know. I hate to think what Mary would have been put through had I not been here. She works in mysterious ways.

A winding, dead end road is nothing for a van, but to a big RV, or 5th-wheel, or travel trailer, they can be the subject of nightmares.

I’m a very lucky man—and as Mary found out, this kind of luck is contagious.

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