On July 1, my husband and I were returning from his stroke therapy via Route 20 north to Buckhannon. In the area of Peeltree, I was unable to avoid a large rock in the road. My rear tire was punctured.
I had no sooner pulled off the road when a car of three women pulled alongside and asked if we needed help. I was getting ready to call AAA, but they parked their car, jumped out, jacked up our car, changed the tire, wiped their hands and returned to their car.
The only thing I know is that they were from Elkins. I am most grateful to them and want them and the community of Elkins to know of their caring and assistance.
As I often say, "Only in West Virginia." Thank you again, whoever you are.
I hope some of you especially enjoyed this Memorial Day weekend as we welcomed a bright new flag over the gravesite of Dr. H.W. Daniels.
Many years ago, the flag was removed as work on the airport was continued. Thank you to those at the American Legion who made it possible for Old Glory to fly once more over this hallowed spot. "Lest We Forget?"