Here’s a video of a Clover I got caught behind on my way “down the mountain,” as we style it here in the Woods of rural SW Virginia. This variety of Clover is extremely commonplace here. It has trouble keeping its car in between the double yellow on the left and the white line on the right. It sweeps wide left – across the double yellow, into the opposing lane (hopefully no traffic coming) and then over-corrects to the right, across the white line and onto the shoulder (look out, Tour de Francers!)
These Clovers weave and wander as if they just left Au Bar (Ted Kennedy reference) at 2 a.m. with eight gin and tonics in them and piss stains running down their pants leg. But they’re sober and it’s the middle of the day. Just imagine what this Clover would be like with a few drinks in it!
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