By Juanita Olson
Copyright 2011 Juanita Olson
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She gripped the steering wheel so hard her knuckles were white, leaning forward she strained to see through the rain. The wind shield wipers were not able to keep up with the sheets of water pouring from the sky and the waves of dirty water thrown up by the tires of her car. The rain so thick her car headlights only penetrated a few feet of the black ribbon of water that made up the two lanes of the road. Thunder clapping loudly above her head made her jump and her car bounce toward the edge of the road on the passenger side. She was freezing and sweating at the same time. Icy fingers of fear held her in its grip as sweat ran down her back. A soft prayer parted her lips as she fought the wind that tried to push her car closer to the edge of the road. She had caught glimpses of a deep ravine running along side the road as lightening forked through the sky. The storm had hit suddenly and violently. Unlike any storm she had driven through before. She should have gotten a room in Tombstone for the night. Instead she was driving up a two lane road toward Bisbee where she had reservations at the Copper Queen Hotel.