A TALE OF A FATEFUL TRIP
NANAIMO, British Columbia: Now here's a puzzler...
Q: Karen and Amanda's float plane departed three hours early without the intrepid journalists due to the imminent storm-of-a-decade. Stranded in B.C., their phone shows just one bar of power, as they slalom down the treacherous Malahat. Do they:
A) Swap batteries with an identical model unable to roam international?
B) Rip apart the rental, until discovering the charger portal in a secret panel behind the steering wheel?
C) Spend the next 40 hours stymied by delayed ferries, canceled flights and blocked roads: scrambling wildly to reach their hometown of Seattle, which has been declared a disaster area?
D) Sip a cocktail at the Empress to blunt the pain, dahling?
E) Marry local and raise babies on free insurance, eh?
F) Gibber into the woods, because those rotten roadside jack-o'-lanterns so Blair Witch are the last straw?
In the Toffewomble spirit, please submit answers on the back of blank check. Or just snark on comments, as usual.
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