Nothing puckers you up quite like getting a message 10 minutes before the air drop deadline that "the shuttle driver is stuck, so you need to hook up the pup trailer full of NDA and have it back to the building by the 5:00 pull time." This was due to the unexpected snowstorm we got hit with that dumped a surprise 4 inches of wet, sloppy snow on the ground. By 4:00, traffic everywhere had ground to a halt. I had to chain up....for all the good that it did me. The highway leading back to the building was a parking lot of abandoned and stuck vehicles that couldnt make it up the hill. It took me 2 1/2 hrs to drive 14 miles back to the building, and all 300 pieces of NDA I had in the pup trailer missed service. I had another good "pucker up" when some jackass in an SUV with no chains spun out in the oncoming lane and missed hitting me head on by about a foot. The fool thought that "4-wheel drive" meant "I can drive like an idiot because I got me a 4x4" while overlooking the basic fact that 4-wheel drive means nothing the moment that you hit the brake pedal and start sliding. People are fools and surprise snowstorms suck.