Hmmm, the title kind of sounds like the start of a bad joke. Turns out it’s a fairly accurate description of the following video. We ran across this a couple of weeks ago and simply forgot to post it. We’re not
100% at all sure what the point of the video is, but it was entertaining. More importantly, the road the 911 drives up at little more than 5 minutes into the video is now on our bucket list of places to visit. It’s Les lacets de Mont-Vernier in Maurienne, which is a part of the French Alps, for those of you interested.
For those that don’t speak French, here’s what is said at the end of the video:
“When an obstacle gets in your way
you can hold the fate for responsible.
We prefer to think of it as a gift.
That is our freedom:
overcoming the obstacle together.”
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