Colorado Trip 2016: Part I

It was a really stressful 1st of the month. I had about a million things going on in my mind and in my day. Luckily, I was able to come home and fight with my wife. Suddenly, I am headed north to Colorado with nothing but the clothes on my back.

No phone.

No computer.

No GPS.

No CDs.

No change of clothes.

No toothbrush.

No contingency plans.

Colorado or BUST!

So, I am driving West on the 40 through New Mexico, and I exit, take a right, and pull into a hotel parking lot. I get out of car and go in the lobby. They were offering free breakfast and let me eat, which was awesome, and they also gave me a lesser known route to Colorado. All I had to do was keep going up the road, like when I turned right after I exited, and keep going until I hit 25N, which would take me all the way to Denver…the final destination. I say, “Thanks,” and hop back in my car, start it up, and drive off.

I was excited! Woo!

I am driving through northern New Mexico and I am in the middle of nowhere. There are no vehicles, no building, no planes. Nothing. Just me the road and suddenly a shimmering object about 50 yards in front of me. It’s just slightly off the ground and moving about the same speed.

After about 30 seconds, the shimmering cloak fell, and a UFO was revealed. It looked more cylindrical than most pictures I have seen. I looked at some pictures before writing this, but I couldn’t find anything that was remotely close to what I saw. Maybe I will try to draw it.

I didn’t feel in danger. It just kept flying in front of me. Here I am in the middle of nowhere with no GPS and no way to record what is happening, and a UFO is giving me an escort down a little 2-lane windy country highway. This could have been a minute, or 2 hours, but it eventually cloaked, and then about 30 seconds later, it kinda “poofed” and I drove through the vanish. It was the craziest thing I had ever seen.

Maybe I was just tired and hallucinating. Maybe it was just a coincidence. Maybe I did have an angel lead the way to Colorado. I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments.

Either way, it’s one cool story, and no one can take that away from me.

Wagen, over and out.

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