Brothers Campfire Drives a Car For The First Time

Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!

Today, I took my daughter down to get her driver’s permit. We went down to Canon City, Colorado because it was easier to get an appointment.

We stopped off at the gas station afterward to get some petrol and hot chocolate.

I came to find someone had commandeered my car! I was ordered to get in.

With snow everywhere and wipers wiping, we dashed through the snow at frightening speeds.

We came to a tunnel and barreled right through it.

I fought to keep my composure. We almost died a bunch of times.

Well, anyway, we are safe, but we will keep you updated.

Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire.

49 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Drives a Car For The First Time

  1. Under the mask.. says:

    😬.. After driving with #1, #2 and then the third teen learner over the span of 14 years, #4 had to wait ’til her father could take her driving! They (like we did) basically all do just fine, tho.. 😨😱😲 Enjoy!

  2. KT Workman says:

    I remember those days…scary at times riding with a teenager….of course, I was never one. lol

  3. tamburelli’sThankfulnessandlove says:

    Lol 🤣 love it!!! So proud and happy for my friend Savannah( Savvy) !! Congrats friend !!
    Glad you both are home safely and it does look like you both had a great time!!
    Oh!-did you both ever get to drink your hot chocolate!?

      1. Homemaking in the Dunes says:

        It really is. Last year when we returned back home to Maine to visit our first grandchild, I drove with my 30 year old daughter, still terrified me.

  4. Cherie White says:

    Ah! A day every teenager looks forward to but every parent dreads (in a way). I’m so glad you both survived! 😁😁😁

  5. cheriewhite says:

    Getting a driver’s permit- a day every teenager looks forward to but every parent dreads (in a way). I’m glad you both survived! 😁😁😁


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