The Alaska Gas Station is in town and the weather is nice.
So I head over to it and order some gas.
It’s a gas station that’s a little bit older than the rest of the stores I’m in, but it’s a nice place to go.
The owner tells me I can come back anytime, so I do.
I’m a little disappointed that I can’t bring my own drinks, as I was hoping to.
I walk inside and there are two customers.
They are both wearing jackets and gloves.
They both ask if I have any gas.
I say, yes.
They offer me some to fill up my car.
I tell them I can get my car started and take my seat.
I am not ready to leave, so they say, I’ll wait here for you.
The two men have a conversation about the weather, about my car and I think, What do I care?
I’m not going to say no to a stranger.
They give me a little gas and I head back out.
When I return to the station, I ask the manager if I can bring some more gas.
He says, Sure.
I leave my car there and get back into my car to get my gas.
I take out the hose, pour the gas in the car and then put it in my car, but as I am getting ready to drive away, the men tell me I should take a shower and then get out of the car.
The driver of my car asks, Where are you going?
I say to my friend, who is standing next to me, and he asks, How’s the weather?
I said, I don’t know.
I look up to see that the temperature has dropped to minus 20 degrees.
I can feel my car warming up.
I go to the gas station to get some more, but I am not going anywhere.
I return a couple of hours later, take my car out of service and get in my vehicle.
I get in and go to my car again.
The gas is still running.
The weather is perfect, so it is a little refreshing to have my car warm up.
But it doesn’t last.
I try to drive the same route again.
It is still cold, but the wind has picked up and I can see the clouds.
I see a sign on the back of the gas pump saying it is open to the public and I pull over and open the gas.
My car is warm and the car is running.
I don’t think it has warmed up yet.
I am ready to get out, but before I do, I see two guys walking past the pump, so after a few seconds, I turn around and say, Come on guys, you have to open the pump.
They say, Yeah, we have to.
The men walk past me.
I ask them if they saw me and they say yes.
I give them my ID, which they show to me.
They tell me they need to take me to the front desk to get gas, and they ask me where I live.
I’m about to go to another station to go get some gas, but then I remember that I don´t have a vehicle.
So the men call the police and they take me there.
The police tell me that they found a suspicious vehicle and they asked me what they should do about it.
I told them that I wasn´t ready to open my car until the weather was right.
The police tell them they will take me back to the car shop and I leave.
The next morning I go back to my house and I take out my wallet and wallet bag and place them on the counter and go into my garage to get fuel.
I have to find a way to fill my car up again.
I find a gas can in my garage and put it into the can.
It looks like it has been there for ages, but there is nothing in the can for the can to sit on.
So my car starts filling up.
When it’s done filling, I take the can out of my garage, turn on the gas, pull out my phone and press the button.
The car starts heating up.
I tell the guys that I am leaving, and then I leave the gas on for about 10 minutes.
Then I pull out the car, get back in and start driving.
The sun is shining, the temperature is down and I am in great spirits.
It is still raining, but in the morning, it starts to rain.
It has already begun to dry out.
I sit in my driveway, put my phone in the pocket of my rain jacket and go back outside to take my shoes off.
It dries out.
It feels nice.
I feel more comfortable.
I take off my shoes and go for a walk.
I notice that my car is still warm.
I turn on my car radio, and I see the station and the radio is playing, so that makes me smile a little.
I sit there with my phone